The 10 Best Music Videos of the Week | 2024 Week 7

The 10 Best Music Videos of the Week | 2024 Week 7

Soak up the best new sights and sounds of the week including new music videos from Bbymutha, Jebediah, Justice, KUČKA, Noah Dillon and more!

Image credit: Still from KUČKA's 'One More Night (ft Flume)' video

Music videos are artistic extensions of the songs themselves, with many visual accompaniments becoming just as, if not more iconic than the songs they were 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 bbymutha, GunFu, Jebediah, Jet City Sports Club, Justice, KIAN, KUČKA, Noah Dillon, Peter Bibby and RiTchie!

Bbymutha - go!

After announcing her retirement in 2020, Tennessee’s Bbymutha is back and hitting just as hard as ever on her new single, as she announced her new album this week. The underground fave rapper’s new record is inspired by the sounds of formative UK dance music, having recently toured there and soaked up a whole lot of UKG. The electrifying video for hard hitting go! sees Bbymutha doing her thing in grimy alleyways and glittering arcades. Bbymutha’s new album sleep paralysis is out April 19 via True Panther.

GunFu - Observers

Check out what we said about the new one from fresh Perth-based atmospheric jazzy instrumental group GunFu earlier in the week when we premiered Observers.

Jebediah - Motivation

As we edge closer to local legends Jebediah’s sixth studio album the band show their range once again on rocking new single, Motivation. A little heavier and fuzzier than the psych sounds of Rubberman and vintage Jebs of Gum Up The Bearings in its choruses, Motivation is balanced out by some tastily jangly verses. Jamming out in a huge warehouse space, the video for Motivation sees the guys rocking out with some gorgeous wide shots and showcases some basketball skills. Jebediah’s new album OIKS is out April 12 via Cooking Vinyl Australia.

Jet City Sports Club - Sunny Morning

Eora/Sydney four-piece delivered an absolutely irresistible cut of indie pop this week that manages to capture the titular Sunny Morning vibes in audio form, building to a sing-along inducing chorus. The nostalgic, lofi video also captures these vibes, with the band travelling around to a range of sunny, beachside locations. Jet City Sports Club’s new EP is out March 28.

Justice - Generator

Generally speaking, we only cover new singles that also feature dope videos. However, we do make exceptions for things like the wild new Justice video for their single Generator that dropped a few weeks ago alongside their Tame Impala collab. A NSFW clip featuring some humanoid cyborg sexuality, the video for Generator feels like what might have happened if David Cronenberg directed Ex-Machina, with a hint of Videodrome aesthetics and freakiness. Justice’s new album Hyperdrama is out April 26 via Ed Banger Records / Because Music / Virgin Music Australia.

KIAN - Try Hard

KIAN continues his musical reinvention on the mellow, wistful-yet-uplifting new cut of indie pop that features some choice breakbeats in the mix alongside crisp drums, driving strums and triumphant synths as he flips the concept of “try hard” on its head. With a VHS and CRT TV aesthetic, the lofi video for Try Hard channels the wistful vibes of the single. Out now via EMI Music Australia.

KUČKA - One More Night (ft Flume)

Perth-via-LA electronic pop experimentalist KUČKA teams up with longtime friend and collaborator Flume for a commanding new cut of trap infused electronic sounds that alternate from huge, booming passages to ambient synth soundscapes, all the while keeping KUČKA’s iconic vocals front and centre. The delightfully bizarre video for One More Night sees KUČKA don a range of colourful costumes and props, combined with some early 2000s CGI imagery that’s garish in the best possible way. Out now via Soothsayer.

Noah Dillon - Let It Out

Check out what we said about Noah’s new single and talent-show inspired music video earlier in the week.

Peter Bibby - The Arsehole

Check out what we said about Bibby’s new single, album announcement and music video earlier in the week as we premiered The Arsehole.

RiTchie - RiTchie Valens

Following Injury Reserve’s transformation into By Storm, RiTchie (with a t!) steps out in solo form with an entrancing new single that balances experimental production techniques  alongside some understated boom bappy drums that all underline RiTchie’s hypnotic flow. The exploratory, self-directed video sees RiTchie rapping in a wide range of settings, from sand dunes in the desert to shooting pool and waiting in the barbershop.

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 Spotify playlist.

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