The Top 5 Music Video Highlights Of March 2022

Are you looking for an incredible audiovisual experience in fivefold? We selected the best music videos of the month of March and are now inviting you to dig in. Also: don’t forget to hit the button below to make sure you won’t miss out on any of our music videos ever again.

Armin van Buuren & R3HAB feat. Simon Ward - Love We Lost (Official Music Video)
‘Love We Lost’ is the perfect track to play at the world’s biggest mainstages, and its music video reflects that. Juggling images of Armin van Buuren and fellow Dutchman R3HAB’s incredible tour life, the official music video of ‘Lost We Lost’ is just an all-around feel-good experience you won’t get enough of.

Kryder - Wish (Official Lyric Video)
Soundtracking images of snow-capped mountains and wintry wonder, Kryder’s recent release ‘Wish’ has this magical atmosphere to it you won’t easily find elsewhere. The stunning visuals are a perfect match and make this official lyric video a true delight to watch and listen to.

Ben Gold feat. Plumb - Same Sky Same Stars (Official Lyric Video)
Taking from Ben Gold’s forthcoming studio album, ‘Same Sky Same Stars’ (feat. Plumb) recently got its own lyric video to add to the song’s magnitude. Given an apt space them, the video puts additional emphasis on the incredible lyrics whilst Ben Gold’s signature uplifting sound will have viewers lifting their arms to the sky in no time.

Ben Gold - Xtravaganza (Official Visualizer)
The second Ben Gold track to grace this list, ‘Xtravaganza’ comes with an official visualizer that expertly captures the record’s uplifting attitude and sun-kissed feel. Perfect for the summer days ahead!

AÏA - Sleeping In A Storm (Official Lyric Video)
An incredibly captivating track such as AÏA’s ‘Sleeping In A Storm’ deserves visual support that complements these qualities, and that’s exactly what the official lyric video of the song does. With grainy and slightly stuttering imagery to underline the track’s atmospheric character, this video hooks listeners almost as much as the song does itself.