Sure, a ton of great music was released in 2015, but some of our favorite artists delivered treats for our eyeballs as well as our ear(balls) over the past 12 months. Some of these clips are artsy, several are funny, and a couple are all-too-real. In no particular order, these are the ten music videos the LA Music Blog staff couldn’t stop watching in 2015.

Carly Rae Jepsen: “I Really Like You”
If the song didn’t already convince you that Carly Rae was put on Earth to make you forget your worries, the music video for “I Really Like You,” starring Tom Hanks, will. – Christine Perez

Foals: “Mountain At My Gates”
Foals partnered with GoPro to turn the “Mountain At My Gates” experience 360, allowing viewers to spin around, dance with multiple versions of Yannis Philippakis, check out their shoes, look at the sky, and watch the world crumble around them — all backed by the song’s building auditory explosions. – Angelica Corona

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis: “Downtown”
If you like Freddie Mercury, you’re going to love Foxy Shazam’s Eric Nally, who lends his sky-scraping vocals (and somersault skills) to Macklmore & Ryan Lewis’ over-the-top video for “Downtown.” – Kristin Houser

Taylor Swift: “Bad Blood”
Watch T Swift and an all-star female cast kick ass and take names in one of the biggest of big-budget music videos released this year. – Mary Bonney

Kendrick Lamar: “Alright”
Even the ability to fly (err, float?) isn’t enough to save Compton’s own Kendrick Lamar from a violent encounter with LAPD in this cinematic black and white clip for To Pimp A Butterfly’s “Alright.” – Kristin Houser

FKA Twigs: “Glass & Patron”
The provocative songstress oozes sex appeal in her self-directed video for “Glass & Patron,” which features the performer giving birth to scarf-cloaked dancers, who set out on a no-holds-barred, so-vogue runway show in the middle of the woods. Yep. – Jillian Goldfluss

Lil Dicky: “$ave Dat Money”
With his video for “$ave Dat Money,” rapper Lil Dicky shows you don’t need to spend big to go big — sometimes all you have to do is ask nicely. – Kristin Houser

Stromae: “Quand c’est”
Despite its relatively quick 3-minute run time, this chillingly stunning music video, which is starkly shot in black and white, just might be one of the most emotionally accurate artistic interpretations of someone’s struggles with cancer ever created. – Lesley Park

Kali Uchis: “Ridin Round”
Kali Uchis showcases her unique culture in her raw video for “Ridin Round.” Tag along as she gets the party started in her hometown. – Kimberly Quitzon

FIDLAR: “40oz on Repeat”
Remember how awesome music videos were in the late-90s/early-2000s? FIDLAR does, and if this creatively crafted video doesn’t stir some serious nostalgia inside of you, you should consult a physician immediately. – Sean Kramer