Foster The People's clip for "Don't Stop (Color On The Walls)"" is below. Billboard explains of the video, "The indie-pop darlings pose as aggressive yet dim-witted cops and an equally dull yet ambitious robber. The video starts off innocently enough, with a DMV instructor arriving for Sidibe's driving test. However, things quickly spiral out of control, as Sidibe's DMV instructor is exposed as a crook on the run with a fat stack of cash."
The Black Keys again found viral video success with "Lonely Boy," but not on purpose. From MTV: "We didn't like [what we shot], so we scrapped the whole thing," drummer Patrick Carney explained, "Except for the footage of Derrick Tuggle dancing, which was a complete accident. ... He had an hour to listen to the song, and he memorized all the lyrics and he came up with the dance, and he basically did that on his own. And if we didn't have that footage, we would not have a video for the song."