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We talk about our all time favorite music videos


Are you bored, or plain curious? Either way, Youtube has always been a place of serendipity once you come across the perfect visuals for a perfect song. If you are scouts who scour clicks after clicks, then we’re on the same page. Today, you don’y have to owe it to luck because we got you covered and this time, it gets a lil more personal. We’ll let you in on some of the best music videos of all time, according to the Scout team.

Linking Park – “Breaking the Habit”

“I’m in love with this because of the use of old-style animation, reminiscent of early anime days like Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell, Akira and other great glories of 80’s anime.” – Bryan, Graphic Artist


Radiohead – Just

“I watched it on TV when I was younger and it creeped me out. I couldn’t get it out of my head for a week or so. Until now, I still want to know what they were talking about.” – Lex, Editor in Chief


Animal Collective – FloriDada

“Listening to Animal Collective is always something else. When you ponder upon what they can offer visually, this video is a perfect epitome: weird, colorful, yet never dull. I can go ahead and pick some PTA-directed MVs, but honestly, I’m onto some phase where I just wanna have a good time.” – Nina, Editorial Assistant


Daft Punk – One More Time

“This video reminds me of my childhood. It was appealing to me as a kid to see aliens dancing to this music! In retrospect, we had wonderful memories to this song, everyone was enjoying and having a good time. Just like the aliens.” – Gab, Editorial Intern


Change Up – Seventeen

“It looks good, and the styling is superb. It’s like a fashion editorial all the while minimalist. The artists were also just enjoying themselves which made me enjoy as well.” – Maño, Art Intern


Jess Connelly – Turn Me Down

“I love this because of the visuals. It’s vintage, super 8-esque mixed with modern cinematography, drone shots, plus the colour scheme. Overall, the music video and all its elements turned out coherent and well put together.” – Boris, Art Intern


The 1975 – Somebody Else

“The music video symbolises surrealism and introspection. He thought he was kissing somebody else, but he was actually doing it all by himself–it’s crazy and surreal, with varying subtexts and metaphors.” – Sebby, Art Intern



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