Indie-pop duo Minor Soul—comprised of brothers Max and Jack Wagner—embark on a magical, snow-globe kind-of-world in their brand new Nothing at All music video. Centering around a particularly engaged water globe (the unlikely home of the narrator's object of affection), the clip (below) elevates the lyrics to a heightened state of fantasy. Popdust is beyond excited to premiere the official music video today (Sept. 29), which is directed by Jason Merrin.
"We had a blast making this - a video all about positive energy, and a song about learning to love your flaws," the sibling pair tell us about the video. "The whole vibe of the song and video is about feeling comfortable in your shoes, looking in the mirror and loving who you see and we think that came across in the video."
Born in London and raised in Hong Kong, Max and Jack were first discovered by Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, who produced the duo's debut single Beneath My Skin (a sampling of 2013's Home is Where You Are bow). Their ferocious Tiger follow-up arrived in late 2014 and was supported with an opening slot on AJR's U.S. Tour.
Nothing at All is now available on Apple Music.
With social media giants like Facebook and Instagram woven into our daily lives, does a boycott have real weight?
Kim Kardashian has nearly 190 million followers on Instagram, where she's in the habit of posting at least once a day.
If her followers were a nation, they would be the 8th most populous on the planet. But the citizens of Kardashia (Kimeroon? The United Kimdom?) will not be receiving any diplomatic news or thirst traps from their dear leader on Wednesday.
As she announced on Instagram on Tuesday, she is taking part in the one-day boycott of Instagram and Facebook organized by Stop Hate for Profit and promoted by other celebrities, from Katy Perry to Leonardo DiCaprio.
The model has accused photographer Jonathan Leder of sexually assaulting her in 2012.
Content Warning: The following article contains depictions of sexual assault.
Emily Ratajkowski isn't one to stay silent.
The model and actress, who's perhaps most widely recognized as "the girl from the 'Blurred Lines' music video," has used her platform over the past few years to engage in notable activism. She was spotted at Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles earlier this year and has been a loud advocate for women's rights, even serving as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood.