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Ten Colorado Music Videos That Debuted in 2017

In 2017, SF1 released a new music video for his pop hip-hop song "Honest."EXPAND
In 2017, SF1 released a new music video for his pop hip-hop song "Honest."
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Music videos are like business cards for up-and-coming bands. They're a way for emerging artists to showcase their work and define their musical style through visuals. Colorado musicians in 2017 put out a ton of new music videos. Here are ten we wrote about, from acts both big and small.

"SIR's New Album Is Coming. Let This Music Video Tide You Over"

"Grindhouse Inspires BANDITS' New Music Video for 'Enough'"

"Sur Ellz Drops Two New Music Videos Ahead of the Westword Music Showcase"

"The Raven and the Writing Desk's Francis Bacon-Like Music Video"

"Watch Tyto Alba's New Music Video for 'The Hunger'"

"Watch Itchy-O's First Music Video, for 'Gallow's Disco'"

"Mawule Praises Single Dads in His New Music Video for 'Anything'"

"The String Cheese Incident Debuts Music Video Ahead of Red Rocks Stand"

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