Last updated on May 16, 2019
I try to post videos that are interesting to watch, because that’s the point of a video. But some clips just have such beautiful songs that I have to post them, even if their visuals are less than mindblowing. Here are four.
“Song for Zula,” Phosphorescent‘s candidate for Song of the Year, just got better: here’s a gorgeous acoustic guitar version performed at the behest of Line of Best Fit.
Safe Haven’s studio vid for “Leave Me Where I Want to Be” has a lot of sepia going on.
I will post pretty much anything that Page CXVI sends me, because it’s always just stunningly beautiful. Here’s “O Sacred Head.”
Here’s a reminder: post-rockers Pan are a ton of fun. Here’s “John from New York.”