Low key, high brow, animals, oceans, the '70s, album covers coming to life and the latest masterpiece from Kyary Pamyu Pamyu - which you'll wanna watch again and again and again and again: just another week here at 405tv.

5. Earl Sweatshirt - 'Grief' (dir. Hiro Murai)

The video is a low-key, but visually striking affair soundtracked by Earl Sweatshirt's verbal melancholy in the half-dishevelled haze of the track, one lyric amongst other slow-motion stream-of-consciousness lines sticking out: "I just want my time and my mind intact."

4. Lucy Rose - 'Our Eyes'

The clip features Rose bonding with several animals in the country, ocean, and more. Wonderful.

3. Snoop Dogg - 'Peaches N Cream' feat. Pharrell and Charlie Wilson (dir. Hannah Lux Davis)

Trippy, man. Trippy.

2. Kyary Pamyu Pamyu - 'Mondai Girl' (dir. Jun Tamukai)

Here's international J-pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu with the video for 'Mondai Girl' (「もんだいガール」), which means something like "problem girl" in Japanese. The video is a full-on pastel-coloured adventure, with the singer living three interconnected lives: jumping into some virtual reality machine, dealing with the media circus surrounding her life, and dancing in a dress with a skirt of Penrose triangles… oh, and it also features a giant robot. What more do you want from a music video?

1. Björk - 'Family' (dir. Andrew Thomas Huang / Björk)

The video for Vulnicura track 'Family' is the result of a collaboration between the singer and Andrew Thomas Huang (who worked with Björk on the 'Black Lake' video for her MOMA exhibition), and is like watching Vulnicura's cover (the physical version) come to life (Huang created the cover with Björk).