New Music Videos: Panic! at the Disco, Goldfrapp, Fifth Harmony, and More


(VEVO)Today in music videos, Panic! At the Disco announces their grand return with one of the creepiest clips in recent memory, Goldfrapp taps into the ethereal with the black-and-white "Drew," Calvin Harris becomes the latest dude to prominently display lady nipples, and more.

Panic! At the Disco, "Miss Jackson" featuring Lolo
Leave it to Panic! At the Disco to announce their fourth full-length studio album in truly dramatic fashion. Behold "Miss Jackson," the first single off their upcoming release Too Weird to Live, Too Rich to Die. It's essentially a four-minute horror flick — and likely way too graphic for those who don't enjoy the genre.

Fifth Harmony, "Miss Movin' On"
X Factor third place winners Fifth Harmony have released their first-ever music video, and — surprise! — it's totally going to appeal to the tweens. The clip for "Miss Movin' On" plays out like a Teen Vogue fashion shoot at a carnival.

Goldfrapp, "Drew"
Goldfrapp's upcoming album Tales of Us promises to be irresistably elegant if it's anything like "Drew," the dreamy lead single. Filmmaker Lisa Gunning has created a dreamy visual complement to the song, the first taste of an upcoming film that will accompany the album.

Calvin Harris, "Thinking About You" featuring Ayah Marar.
Calvin Harris is the latest artist to jump on the nudie video bandwagon, with a fair number of nipples making an appearance in his surprisingly violent new video for "Thinking About You" featuring Ayah Marar. It's a little too NSFW for our tastes, but it's still up on YouTube. Someone's courting controversy... with pirates...


The Weeknd, "Belong to the World"
Your weekly dystopia comes courtesy of The Weeknd's latest music video, in which Abel Tesfaye navigates the darker side of a soulless Metropolis. You've seen it all before, but this time the soundtrack is better.

Karmin's "Acapella"
The music video for Karmin's summer single recalls the flashy, hyperchromatic music video era of the late '90s — and with choreography! If I didn't know better I'd probably mistake Amy Heidemann for Vitamin C with her new blonde crop.

Crystal Fighters, "You & I" (Acoustic)
So this new clip from Crystal Fighters is not an official music video, but it might as well be. Watch the band perform their explosively happy single "You & I" in a cave. Because their album is titled Cave Rave. Get it?


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