Watch: New videos from Slothrust, Amindi and Wavves

Slothrust (Photo by Adam Stone and MIchelle Kwong)

Check out new videos from Slothrust, Amindi and Wavves, all of whom have new releases on the horizon …

SLOTHRUST, “Once More for the Ocean”

Slothrust’s Leah Wellbaum has some pretty deep thoughts about the new single “Once More for the Ocean,” a song that “felt like it was handed to me by the ocean” and “is about the search for a greater consciousness in times of chaos,” she says. Oh, it has a nifty guitar solo, too. The tune, the follow-up to “Strange Astrology,” is the latest from the L.A.-via-Boston rockers’ forthcoming fifth album, “Parallel Timeline,” out Sept. 10 via Dangerbird Records. The beautiful video, directed by Wellbaum and Adam Stone, adds some context. “This video is about an epic search,” she says. “So many times when we are searching we are looking outside of ourselves because it is the only way we know. But the truth is, what we are really looking for lives within. It is ourselves that we are looking for. Sometimes we just aren’t quite sure which self it is, or how to get there. … I have always been interested in the intersection of destiny and free will. Do these things exist? Can we ever really know them? Since this song came to me while I was staring at the ocean, it only felt right to explore this idea with nature, and also with mirrors.”

AMINDI, “Haircut”

Inglewood’s Amindi has a hot date, and it’s with herself. So there’s multiple Amindis in director Dylan McGale’s video for her new bop “Haircut.” It’s the follow-up to “Telly” from the singer who released her “Minztape” last year and is plotting the release of a new EP. Titled “Nice” and coming via Human Re-Sources, it’s out July 28. You don’t need an appointment to feel good about “Haircut.”

WAVVES, “Hideaway”

Director Jesse Lirola’s video for “Hideaway” is the sequel “Sinking Feeling” and the second of a video trilogy. It’s also the title track to the new Wavves album, produced by TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek, arriving July 16 via Fat Possum. The song finds Nathan Williams extolling the virtues of finding his comfort zone — away “from all of the bullshit chasing me” and those who would put their “dark cloud around me,” as he sings.