Top Indie Music Videos of 2019 (So Far)

January felt like an entire year on its own. Now February is taking its sweet ol’ time. So what better way to get you through the first two months of 2019 than some brand new music videos?

We’ve got some slow indie jams, some thrashing rock ‘n’ roll, sultry blues, wild punk and even some R&B and pop all from killer indie artists you should know. The tunes are hella catchy and the visuals are hypnotizing. One of these artful music videos is bound to become your next favorite song. Check them out below.


The Claypool Lennon Delirium, “Blood and Rockets: Movement I, Saga of Jack Parsons” & “Movement II, Too The Moon”

The song name is a mouthful and might make you want to skip, but the visuals to this catchy number are out of this world.


Wet, “Old Bone”

Get artfully nostalgic with this slow indie jam.


Orville Peck, “Dead of Night”

The song’s catchy as hell and the video is like a David Lynch production of a Spaghetti Western.


Molina, “Venus”

This psychedelic synth-pop jam takes you into a strange world of vintage TV.


Vampire Weekend, “Harmony Hall”

The beloved indie rockers from the 2000s are back with a delightful video fully equipped with pancakes and a cute little green snake.


Sego, “Neon Me Out”

This deep rock number will make you introspective.


Surfbort, “Billy”

One of the catchiest songs from these Brooklyn punk rockers—they made this video while on the road.


Ben Kweller, “Heart Attack Kid”

There’s nothing quite like the burst of energy from some sick animation set to rock ‘n’ roll.


Anteros, “Drive On”

Anteros provides an artistic way to promote saving the earth set to some killer indie rock.


Wallows, “Are You Bored Yet?”

An indie pop number that feels like a bizarre dream in a karaoke bar.


Samia, “Lasting Friend”

Let go of your insecurities and anxiety-inducing memories with this fun, distorted indie song and video.


Lizzo, “Cuz I Love You”

The indie R&B artist released this romantic song on Valentine’s Day and it’s the best love song of this year so far, hands down. Who else but Lizzo can get a room full of tough guys to cry?


GiRli, “Deal With It”

The Brit indie-pop singer gets in your face and looks fashionable while she does it.


Tierra Whack, “Whack World”

This is more of an indie hip-hop short film, but it’s a breathtaking masterpiece—a must watch.


SWMRS, “Trashbag Baby”

It’s a combination of a skate video with a pop-punk music video, so it hits all the cool points.


The Bobby Lees, “Bobby Lee”

Get bluesy with The Bobby Lee’s video about their namesake.