One of the best parts of an artist releasing a single is the music video that accompanies it. This visual helps complete the musician's vision and gives listeners an additional way to enjoy the track. The Grammy for Best Music Video honors the best visuals and this year's candidates undoubtedly upped the bar for future artists.
In case you're still trying to make plans to go out on New Year's Eve, here's something that might just make you decide to stay home instead: live performances by Ariana Grande, Capital Cities, Daughtry and the Fray!
Capital Cities' cray cray catchy electro-pop ditty 'Safe and Sound' is not a song with a super deep meaning, but it is one with a sentiment that we can all relate to. It also is one of those songs that you can discover a deeper meaning to if you just scratch the surface a little.
Things are going smashingly well for Capital Cities. The duo released 'In a Tidal Wave of Mystery' this month, and their single 'Safe and Sound,' which shares its title with a Taylor Swift track, enjoyed a stint at No. 1 on the alt radio charts. They're also making their moves in the pop format. Who knew that two dudes who met on Craigslist would find their way to pop music success?