The 10 Best Music Videos of the Week | 2023 Week 47

The 10 Best Music Videos of the Week | 2023 Week 47

Check out new sights and sounds from the likes of Björk ft. Rosalía, HEALTH, Lime Cordiale, Northlane, Yung Milla and more!

Image credit: Still from Björk ft. Rosalía's 'Oral' Video

Music videos are artistic extensions of the songs themselves, with many visual accompaniments becoming just as, if not more iconic than the song it was created for. As usual, some of our favourite songs of the week also had some of our favourite videos, with this week's list including Björk ft. Rosalía, body / negative, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Charm of Finches, HEALTH, Lime Cordiale, Miso Extra, Northlane, O. and Yung Milla.

Björk ft. Rosalía - Oral

A few weeks after this huge cross-generational collab was announced, Björk & Rosalia’s new single is finally here, with all proceeds going to help stop commercial fish farms in eastern Iceland. The slick music video sees Björk & Rosalia sparring in martial arts, Matrix style.

body / negative – sleepy (feat. Midwife)

A few weeks on from their last collaborative track everett, we’ve been blessed with a cut of dreamy sounds from body / negative and Midwife, this time paired with nostalgic, emotional VHS footage of body / negative AKA Andy Schiaffino’s parents getting married. body / negative’s new album everett is out December 8 via Track Number Records.

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - Keeping Secrets Will Destroy You

Legendary alt-folk-country artist followed up his album from earlier in the year with a new single sharing the album’s name… that wasn’t on the album. A stripped back, downtempo mellow affair the single comes alongside a relaxing video that juxtaposes natural landscapes with Billy singing. Out now via Drag City.

Charm of Finches - Atlantis

Check out what we said about this gorgeous new song and clip combo from Naarm/Melbourne-based sisters Charm of Finches here.

HEALTH - Demigods

Just a few weeks out from the release of their new album Rat Wars, L.A. noise industrial rockers HEALTH release a driving, distorted new single while the video broadly continues the video game themes from the last clip - this time splicing FMV footage from the iconic Red Alert video game series… cha-chinga! HEALTH’s new album Rat Wars is out December 7 via Loma Vista.

Lime Cordiale - Pedestal

Fresh off the back of a six month tour around the UK, Europe and the US for six months, Lime Cordial return with a shimmering new single just in time for summer. The music video, made by regulator collaborator Joe Neathway Brown features a cut and paste, psychedelic collage style and is bloody awesome.

Miso Extra - 2nd Floor

While also dropping a cover of Little Dragon’s Constant Surprise this week, London-based mixed heritage singer, producer and rapper Miso Extra released their latest single of poppy-dancey-experimental sounds with a video that sees Miso undergoing a transformation in a dark warehouse-esque environment, including a self-haircut. Out now via Transgressive.

Northlane - Dante

Aussie metal mainstays new single originally started as a dance music production from guitarist  / songwriter Jon Deiley before the band spent a year developing the song into the next genre-blurring Northlane single. The video sees a stylised performance from the band alongside a subplot of a hidden assassin packing a bow and arrows.

O. - ATM

Emerging experimental indie London duo go doom jazz freak out on new single of sax and drums madness, with the wild, heavily processed, trippy and packed with appropriately flashing images videos matches the addictively unsettling vibe. O.’s new EP SLICE is out now via Speedy Wunderground.

Yung Milla - Land Down Under

Coming in hot and pulling no punches is 20-year-old Marranungu rapper Yung Milla as he paints a realistic portrait of life south of Darwin with a video that captures the camaraderie of his crew.

Enjoy all these tunes as well as our favourite singles of the week and a stack of other new music we've been feeling in our Office playlist - 150 of the best tunes from the last few weeks.

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