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Ellie Goulding Drops “Fifty Shades of Grey” Video for “Love Me Like You Do”

Universal Pictures Fifty Shades Of Grey Soundtrack(PCM) British singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding released the video for “Love Me Like You Do,” featured on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack earlier today, gaining over half-a-million views since being uploaded to YouTube.

The poppy love ballad integrates clips from Fifty Shades of Grey throughout the video, splicing together a scene of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele dancing with two dancers dressed in black, dancing similar choreography.

Watch the new video for Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do” for the Fifty Shades of Grey official soundtrack below!

Gaining viral popularity after sparking controversy around its treatment of BDSM, its origins as an erotic Twilight fan-fiction, and its grammar/literary content, Fifty Shades of Grey has one on to sell over 100 million copies worldwide.

Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) from the screenplay by Kelly Marcel (Saving Mr. Banks) based on the the novel by E.L James, Fifty Shades of Grey will open in theaters nationwide on February 13, 2015, just in time to capitalize on Valentine’s Day.

Fifty Shades of Grey stars Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, alongside Victor Rasuk, Marcia Gay Harden, Callum Keith Rennie, Jennifer Ehle, Max Martini, Luke Grimes, Eloise Mumford, and Rita Ora.

Visit the official Fifty Shades of Grey website, apply for an internship at GreyEnterprisesHoldings.com, and visit the Fifty Shades of Grey Facebook for more info. Stay tuned for more updates!

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Weird Al Yankovic Wants You to Learn Your Grammar in “Word Crimes”

(PCM) The king of song parodies has struck again with his latest single “Word Crimes,” a parody of Robin Thicke’s 2013 summer anthem “Blurred Lines.”

Weird Al debuted “Word Crimes” yesterday as the second of eight videos that he is releasing over eight days in promotion for his newly released album Mandatory Fun, the musician’s fourteenth studio album.

“Word Crimes” parodies Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” song and video, which you’re probably already very familiar with if you were alive and conscious during the summer of 2013.

“Blurred Lines” was inescapable; the song was on every radio station and music video channel, leading it to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and on to become the longest running number one single of 2013 and the 2010′s, remaining on the top of the Hot 100 for 12 weeks.

“Blurred Lines” also drew a lot of negative attention for its misogynistic stance and “rapey” lyrics.

As of today, “Blurred Lines” has over 327 million views on YouTube.

Taking the incredibly fun and catchy beat and laying down lessons in grammar, Weird Al has succeeded in making the song his own and catching people’s attention: after just one day on YouTube, “Word Crimes” has already gained over 2 million views.

Weird Al revealed on The View on Tuesday that he was inspired to write the song due to the prevalence of text-slang and improper grammar and lack of education in today’s society.

Watch Weird Al’s “Word Crimes” below and check out his website here, where you can also purchase his new album Mandatory Fun.

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Man Creates An Amazing Music Video While Stuck In An Empty Airport

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(PCM) A lighting designer by the name of Richard Dunn, recently found himself stuck in McCarran International airport in Las Vegas, NV after his flight was cancelled. He did not have enough time to go to a hotel for the night and the airport was almost entirely empty, so he did what any of us would do right…..made an epic music video!

Dunn says he began googleing songs about being alone and when he came across a version of “All By Myself” covered by Celine Dion that is when the light bulb went off. After borrowing some luggage tape from an airport employee, he taped his iPhone to the back of tall pole and then attached it to a wheelchair.

Dunn even went as far as to tape his iPhone to his bag and send it up the escalator, so that he is able to capture an amazing zoom shot. Dunn says that no one at all seemed fazed by his music video endeavor, as it was mostly only cleaning crew members left in the airport at that time.

Remember, what happens in Vegas…..but this is too awesome not to share!

All by myself from Richard Dunn on Vimeo.

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Cage The Elephant Unveil Music Video For Come A Little Closer

(PCM) Cage The Elephant have unveiled their latest music video for hit song “Come A Little Closer”. The video made it’s official premiere on Vevo today and all of the amazing animations were hand drawn by lead singer Matt Shultz.

The song itself (off their latest album Melophobia) just made it to #1 on the Alt charts, which would be the 4th time they’ve done that!  So major congrats to the band!

You can view the new video for “Come A Little Closer” below:

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He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister Share New Animated Music Video

LA’s aptly-named He’s My Brother She’s My Sister is in the midst of its first-ever US headlining tour, which continues through mid-November. Currently on the west coast, the band will play a special hometown show this Saturday at El Rey before heading east. On the road with friends Caught A Ghost and Song Preservation Society, this will be the last chance fans have to see the band live for awhile, before they take a break from touring to work on a new record.

To celebrate the tour, the spunky quintet has shared a new stop-motion animated video for “Clackin’ Heels,” a track from last year’s Nobody Dances In This Town. Featuring an animated version of singer Rachel Kolar, along with an appearance by the rest of the band and plenty of high heels

You can watch the video below:

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Delta Rae Premieres Heart-wrenching New Video

(PCM) Delta Rae have officially released the video for their goose-bump inducing single “If I Loved You”. The six-piece band teamed up with their friends, Oscar nominated production team Dirty Robber, to make the video, which sees Delta Rae’s Liz Hopkins, who sings on “IILY,” take center stage. Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, their all-time favorite band, also played guitar on this re-recorded version, but is not in the video.

Delta Rae has been in the studio working on new material, stay tuned for news on that front in the very near future. The band just played back-to-back weekends at Austin City Limits Music Festival to a sold out crowds and are confirmed for the main stage at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in a couple weeks.

PCM will be bringing you live coverage of Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, so we super excited to catch Delta Rae’s main stage performance while down in New Orleans.

 

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