Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene posted a video for “Good Sex”, the first single off of his upcoming solo album Darlings. According to Pitchfork, Drew put out a “call for couples to appear in his new video ‘engaged in passionate and intimate sexual moments’ and ‘in various states of undress.’ He explained, ‘I’m looking for real couples to come make out on camera for the greater good of vulnerability.’ ” Not only is the song great, but it’s really refreshing to see real couples (not actors) of all types expressing genuine passion for one another. Plus, who doesn’t like super sexy NSFW music videos? It fits the song perfectly. Read more here.

Montreal duo Majical Cloudz also released a track that didn’t make the cut on 2013’s Impersonator called “Lovesoul”, which includes simple and repetitive lines of music and a video that you need to click to advance through it. The soft black and white shots put on loop (like a gif) make the video pretty interesting, making for a different viewer experience while watching. Check out the video here.

Majical Cloudz, lovesoul

And while we’re at it, why not post Timbre Timbre’s new-ish video for “Hot Dreams”, the title track off their new album coming out soon. Yes, the video is also NSFW and contains all the neon colours and creepy moustaches you might expect from a strip club. The song has a slow, seductive feel to it and contains some backing saxophone by Colin Stetson too add yet another layer of sensuality over the guitars and synth. Just like most songs by Timbre Timbre, it has a timeless feel and is unlike anything you might hear by any other band going these days.