"People who have babies tell me I will know a love that is beyond anything I can imagine, and a joy that is indescribable. Love and joy? That sounds horrifying. I have no way of knowing whether I can handle either of those. I'm much better with need and fear. They are what ground me." - Marc Maron

These are our five favourite videos from the past seven days:

5. Deptford Goth - 'Two Hearts' (dir. Daniel Woolhouse / Aneil Karia)

This video, a well-shot, somewhat wabi sabi affair where there is beauty in the grey and brown, somewhat barren, muddy and imperfect landscape where Mr Deptford Goth himself stands: yet this is also hopelessness against the hopefulness of the song, a mucky pit from where the music can fly forth and flourish.

4. Ex Hex - 'Waterfall' (dir. M. Wartella)

Directed by NYC underground artist M. Wartella, it's a decidedly B-market approach which Wartella has explained in a press release. "It's basically Rock & Roll Space Vixens invade Washington, DC. I wanted to give the awesome ladies of Ex Hex the Ed Wood treatment and create something like a Russ Meyer or Corman film: Fast, Cheap & Out of Control."

3. Foxygen - 'Coulda Been My Love' (dir. Grant Singer)

It's a pretty laid-back affair that finds the band relaxing in a mansion, but there's also a cheeky make-out session and some stellar outfits in there too.

2. TÃLÃ - 'Alchemy' (dir. )

The colourful clip is a slice of African heaven, full of textures and flavours (yes, flavours) that embrace the tune like a magic spell.

1. PINS - 'Come Back' (dir. Amy Watson)

The Amy Watson-directed clip is a surreal look into the band off stage and on for a strange Top of the Pops-esque show. It's absolutely wonderful.