Feeling nostalgic about the 90s music videos that taught me a thing or two about myself throughout high school. Here's five of a longer list...
  1. The Pharcyde - Drop
    F28b55c1 1a3d 4a5a aa4c 48bb761cffe1
    This is one of those music videos that really made me stop and think about choreography and an image can be captured in an exciting and deceptively simple way. I fucking love this video. I fucking love this song.
  2. Nada Surf - Popular
    03dcb610 9b08 476f 9f24 a5ea45b68865
    I remember seeing this video freshman year of high school and it was kind of empowering. I think it was probably because it was the first time I realized football players weren't the cool kids in my school, the social outcasts were. 'If you see Johnny Football in the hall, tell him he played a great game!'
  3. Pearl Jam - Jeremy
    978dd3bb 90b5 47fd 92d1 b8a02dde7b75
    A truly impactful music video... But let's be honest, this is just a beautiful film. If I could hang it on my wall, I would. Watch it now, in today's world. It's message is maybe more profound and important and it really taps into what a lot of us felt inside growing up.
  4. Rancid - Ruby Soho
    2a44d7d8 39c6 4fdc 9bc8 b78fce278317
    I got into punk music around the time this song dropped, and it was one of those videos that I watched over and over on a VHS tape. These guys were the epitome of a super tight punk band with wicked style.
  5. Saves the Day - Shoulder to the Wheel
    50c49362 3b87 4239 b6c8 0ae93ac428f7
    Perfect teen angst music to cling to as I launched into my last year of high school. This video sums up living in the suburbs, driving around looking for the party I wasn't invited to. But whatever, who needs parties when you've got emo ballads on the radio!