The Feed's Friday Music Round-Up (Bizarre edition)
(CBS News) The time has come to talk of many things... well, actually, no, really just music. Because it's time for your always-amazing Friday Music Round-Up here on The Feed, now with an extra helping of the bizarre! We start things off with a band I am really digging right now, and who has a new music video chronicling their tours across the country that I can't stop watching. Take a look and listen to The Lumineers' amazing song "Stubborn Love" above.
Seriously, such a beautiful and uplifting song and music video that gives me goose-bumps each and every time I watch it. And for our second-entry, we have a lesser-known, but by no means less-talented band to highlight this week. Check out the new music video for Jukebox the Ghost's song "Don't Let Me Fall Behind" above.
You're probably asking yourself at this point: in what way is this a "Bizarre edition" for The Friday Music Round-Up? And first I'd say you need to learn to have a little patience. But then I would let you know that it kicks in from here on out, I promise. We start things off with a simultaneously brilliant and totally bizarre music video that takes Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" and flips it on its head. Or beak if you will. Watch the new music video directed by Tim Hope of Passion Pictures for the song "Get Up" by the Bingo Players and featuring Far East Movement above.
And normally we have just one final item in the Friday Music Round-Up that tends to be something a bit different from the norm. It might be cute or bizarre or just about anything that is not your standard fare when it comes to a music video round-up. This week, however, we were simply compelled to include two items because... well, you'll see.
We start things off with a band I almost always love doing a "unique" rendition of a holiday Christmas music video. That is if Christmas for you is all about a drunken, crazy Santa riding a motorcycle around and causing mayhem. Check out The Killers' new music video for "I Feel It In My Bones" and featuring Ryan Pardey above.
And posted without comment at all (because there are no words that could ever do this one justice), watch the legendary film Grease get something of a music video reunion with Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta coming together for their song "I Think You Might Like It" below.
With that, I hope everyone enjoyed this week's round-up and has an amazing upcoming weekend. Thanks to my colleague (and music sounding board), Casey Glynn, for all of her help. And make sure to keep coming back to The Feed for all of your viral (and music) video needs!