Louise Burns, the Glorious Sons, Mayer Hawthorne and Tera Melos Lead Our Music/Video Roundup

Louise Burns, the Glorious Sons, Mayer Hawthorne and Tera Melos Lead Our Music/Video Roundup
We here at Exclaim! know it can be hard to recover from a bad case of the Mondays. Why not start the work week off on the right note by checking out our weekly Music/Video roundup? Below, we've highlighted some of the coolest album streams, songs and music videos currently hitting the Internet, but don't forget to visit our Music/Video section every week for even more new tunes.

Kicking things off is synth-pop songstress Louise Burns, who celebrated the release of her new sophomore LP, The Midnight Mass, on July 9 by giving us some accompanying audio visuals for album cut "Emeralds Shatter." Watch the Gold & Youth band member do her best Stevie Nicks impression in this heavily '80s-inspired affair.

Next, Kingston-based rockers the Glorious Sons give us a taste of their upcoming Southern-fried debut with LP cut "Mama," and sultry-voiced R&B crooner Mayer Hawthorne teams up with rap prodigy Kendrick Lamar for "Crime" before the release of his LP, Where Does This Door Go, tomorrow (July 16).

Sacramento, CA indie-pop outfit Tera Melos bail some kickflips and hang out with a Muppet in their vaguely absurdist "Weird Circles" promo clip, while the new video for Kanye West's "Black Skinhead" leaked a little earlier than he would have liked, though this is not the official version.

Last but not least, Jack White-approved singer-songwriter Brendan Benson has been releasing a song a month in anticipation of his upcoming LP. You can stream his new single, "Red White and Blues," ahead of tomorrow's (July 16) official release.

As always, click over to Exclaim!'s Music/Video section for more albums, songs and videos every week.