Wizard hats, Keith from the Office, Pikachu, sources of joy, dancing, and hip thrusting: these are the five greatest music videos from the past seven days.


5. Clarence Clarity - 'Will to Believe'

It's an odd 8-bit clip that features Pikachu at one point. What more could you ask for?



4. Powell - 'Sylvester Stallone' (dir. Trevor Jackson)

Directed by Trevor Jackson, the video shows a man tied up forced to watch a series of flashing images. Needless to say, his physiology doesn't take it very well. I won't ruin it for you, but… no, just watch it.



3. Torres - 'Strange Hellos' (dir. Casey Pierce)

"Sometimes when you love someone, and that person is a source of joy for you, but subsequently becomes a source of pain instead, ones instinct is to recoil," Torres says of the song's inspiration in an email to The 405. "In this case, I thought a lot about what it would have been like if I'd never known the person at all and wondered if I actually regretted meeting them. I now know that that isn't true, but I was conflicted and mentally tormented over this person for a long time after our falling out."



2. Ciara - 'I Bet' (dir. Hannah Lux Davis)

Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video is a badass, ballet pink-coloured breath of fresh air.



1. Wolf Alice - 'Giant Peach' (dir. S'blood)

"Here we are trying out our questionable acting skills once again. It's almost a sequel to our video Fluffy and a look in to the future of Wolf Alice - featuring lots of leather, hip thrusting, murder and a very naughty manager. Special thank you to Tony Gardner for being a hero."