Pablo Alborán and The 1975 in the videos of the week

With Carretera y manta by Pablo Alborán we begin the usual Friday review of the week’s music video premieres. A song that, according to the artist, “talks about the luck of having some friends who help you overcome bad times, turning them into good ones in a single turn.” Salvador Moreno de Alborán was in charge of directing the audiovisual. The British group The 1975 is still preparing the release of ‘Being funny in a foreign language’, a fifth album scheduled for release on October 14, and in which he is involved in production work Jack Antonoff (Bleachers, Lorde, Taylor Swift, Lana del Rey). Samuel Bradley was in charge of directing the video for the first single, ‘Part of the band’, and also for the new and second single, Happiness. Theo Skudra directed the accompanying images for Sticky, one of the songs included in the rapper’s current album Canadian Drake, ‘Honestly, nevermind’, in circulation since last June 17. The main details of The Mars Volta’s first album in a decade, with a ‘self-titled title’ and out on September 16, are already known. Vigil is the third trailer, and features a video directed by Omar Rodríguez López himself. New material as well as Stella Donnelly, IDLES, Lauv, Robbie Williams, DJ Khaled with Drake and Lil Baby, Rels B with Lali, Kelsea Ballerini, Maluma with Arcangel and De La Ghetto, John Cale, Helado Negro with Buscabulla, Frankie Cosmos, Panda Bear with Sonic Boom, Rina Sawayama, Bryan Adams, Sam Fender, Eminem with Dr. Dre and 50 Cent, KAYTRANADA with Anderson .Paak, Marina Allen , Sami Duque, Eladio Carrión, Sports Team, Trippie Redd with Offset and Moneyybagg Yo, Benny Blanco with BTS and Snoop Dogg, Alvaro Diaz, Paulo Londra, Nicky Jam, Tokischa with Eladio Carrión, and Feid. More information in the section dedicated to the premieres of songs and music videos.