"You know the message you're sending out to the world with these sweatpants? You're telling the world, 'I give up. I can't compete in normal society. I'm miserable, so I might as well be comfortable.'"

These are our five favourite music videos from the past week. Jump in.


5. Ty Segall - 'Manipulator' (dir. Matt Yoka)

To celebrate the recent release of Manipulator, Ty Segall has shared the trippy (what else?) video for its title-track. But this is no ordinary video -- in addition to the official version of the clip, directed by Matt Yoka, an interactive version is also available on his website, allowing viewers to create their own treatment.

Among meat curtains, aliens, fried eggs and other random imagery, you'll find a slight David-Hockney-meets-trash-pop aesthetic that lights up the track. Watch it above. - Ana Leorne



4. La Roux - 'Kiss And Not Tell' (dir. Alexander Brown)

La Roux has unveiled one hell of video for 'Kiss And Not Tell'. If you're a telephone nerd - and let's face it, who isn't - you're gonna have a field day with this Trouble in Paradise cut.



3. Perfume Genius - 'Grid' (dir. Charlotte Rutherford)

With his new album Too Bright out later this month via Turnstile, Perfume Genius has unveiled a video for 'Grid'. Directed by Charlotte Rutherford, the unsettling and flawlessly choreographed clip features Mike Hadreas surrounded by silver-dressed demons. Does Rutherford ever do a bad job? - Ana Leorne



2. Moodoïd - 'Les Chemins De Traverse' (dir. Pablo Padovani)

We enjoyed the new album from Moodoïd quite a bit (read our review here), and we're fans of their new video for 'Les Chemins de Traverse' just the same. French for 'the back roads', the Pablo Padovani-directed clip is a dream like affair, taking you through a maze filled with different and unique textures and some pretty strange characters. - Tarynn Law



1. Jessie Ware - 'Say You Love Me' (dir. Tell No One)

Even the casual fan of Jessie Ware should know that her voice is pretty consistently the star throughout all of her releases, but her latest single 'Say You Love Me' takes that to an entirely new level. It's a breathtakingly beautiful and powerful track and its new music video has done an absolutely perfect job at complementing it.

It finds Ware sitting on a large fake rock as the camera pans in and out of her emotional performance of the song, delivering each line as if it's the last thing she'll do. It's nothing short of stunning. - Tarynn Law