It's been one crazy week in the almost-dying realm of music videos. Thankfully, some of your favorite pop stars dropped visuals in the last week, and when we say some, we mean, like 9 of them.
iHeartRadio understands just how busy you can be, so we've rounded up all of the biggest music videos from the likes of One Direction, Tove Lo, 5 Seconds of Summer and many more in one place. Check them out below!
Artist: 5 Seconds Of Summer
Title: "Hey Everybody!"
In the clip, which was directed by Isaac Rentz (the same guy behind "She's Kinda Hot"), 5SOS daydream lavish lifestyles while working at their low paying (and probably minimum wage) jobs. I mean, how many of you want to be dog walkers?
Artist: One Direction
One Direction get into all sorts of hotel shenanigans at New York City's Intercontinental Hotel for their new video. Whether they're causing a mess for housekeeping, getting some ink or playing soccer in the building, "Perfect" shows all the behind-the-scenes action that goes down for the average twenty-something pop stars.
Artist: Tove Lo
Leave it up to Tove Lo to whip up a dramatic video about killing her fiancé in church and then going into a grocery store to down a bunch of prescriptions. Throw in some seductive dancing and an alter-ego psychotherapist scene that's sure to make you do a double take.
In the video for "waves," Miguel brings fans on a trippy ride down the rabbit hole as he enters a party through a refrigerator door. He eventually makes his way through the hallways of what looks like the most psychedelic house (and pool) party of the year. We have one 2015 Millennial acronym for you: FOMO.
Title: "Hotline Bling"
Drizzy spawned hundreds of new memes when he dropped the video for "Hotline Bling." The video takes to scenery that looks pretty similar to artist James Turrell's exhibit at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In front of various vibrant color sets, Drizzy and the girls salsa, shuffle and cha-cha their way through the hip hop anthem.
Artist: Gwen Stefani
Title: "Used To Love You"
In this clip, which is just one long take, Gwen is going through all the emotions that you feel post-breakup. There's no hiding her expressions here either. If the visual looks familiar, it's because the clip appeared as the backdrop during her recent performance of the cut during her MasterCard Priceless Surprises concert in New York City.
Artist: Troye Sivan
Title: "Talk Me Down"
"Talk Me Down" finds Troye Sivan tackling the issue of homophobia as the clip tells the story of two male lovers and the different paths they follow in handling their sexuality. No words can really describe the emotions evoked during this one.
Artist: Demi Lovato
Title: "Waiting for You" featuring Sirah
After dropping some spectacle for singles "Cool For The Summer" and "Confident," Demetria strips this one down to match the gritty minimal approach of her Sirah-featured "Waiting for You." It was also shot outside of the Cross Timbers Middle School, where the pop star left mid-year, in part, because of bullying. Ballsy!
Artist: Florence + The Machine
In the latest installment of "The Odyssey," Florence is on the run after spotting a demon in her hotel room. It's an odd blend of beauty and terror. Plus, the choreography with her fellow hotel guests is nothing short of impressive.