Kelela, “Blue Light”

Following the visual for “LMK,” the lead single from Kelela’s debut album Take Me Apart, comes the clip for “Blue Light.” In it, the singer’s dreads move like slithering snakes to bind her eyes, breasts, back, and eventually engulf her entire body.

Chromeo, “Juice”

It’s been over three years since Chromeo‘s last album, and the electro-funk duo has now made their return to music with “Juice,” the lead single off their upcoming LP, Head Over Heels. The men, newly equipped with tanned, taut, and toned legs adorned in miniskirts and heels, take ATVs and bulldozers to an orange grove in search of the track’s titular term.

Rhye, “Taste”

We’ve said it before: Rhye’s debut album Woman was a modern-day make-out classic. But that was nearly five years ago and now the R&B duo—comprised of vocalist Milosh and producer Robin Hannibal (of Quadron)—has reemerged with “Please,” followed by “Taste.” For the latter’s visual, three dancers deftly and emotionally express the anguish that comes with betrayal in a relationship.