Best music videos to watch high

Jeremy Bouvet
Best music videos to watch high

Listening to music after consuming cannabis can elevate the sensory experience, immersing you in a world of captivating sounds and visuals. Music videos, with their stunning imagery and storytelling, add an extra layer of immersive delight.

Now, let's delve into some highly recommended strains that can enhance your music video experience:

Woody Nelson - Rainbow Driver Craft Flower | 3.5g

 This rare legacy cultivar grown in living soil offers a unique terpene profile with hints of tropical fruits and gas. With a THC content of 32.0% and a touch of CBD at 1.0%, it promises a potent and flavourful experience that can elevate your enjoyment of the music videos.


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Carmel - Animal Face Pre-Roll | 3x0.5g

Bred by Seed Junky Genetics, this ultra-potent, sativa-dominant hybrid delivers a smooth smoke with a strong aroma of gas and notes of lemon and cake. With a THC content of 33.5%, it provides a powerful high that intensifies the visual and auditory journey.


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 Pearls - Blue Razzleberry 3:1 CBG/THC | 5 Pack

Bursting with the natural flavours of blueberries, raspberries, and lemons, these sugar-coated soft chews are infused with CBG and THC in a 3:1 ratio. Each chew contains 6 mg of CBG and 2 mg of THC, offering a balanced and delectable way to enhance your music video experience.


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 As you embark on this visual and auditory adventure, remember to consume cannabis responsibly and be mindful of your limits. Allow yourself to fully immerse in the music videos, appreciating the intricate details and creativity behind each visual masterpiece.

When it comes to music videos that pair exceptionally well with a high, here are some recommendations:

"LSD" by A$AP Rocky

Watch A$AP Rocky's New 'LSD' Music Video
The "L$D" music video, released in 2015, is known for its visually captivating and psychedelic aesthetic, which includes a combination of trippy visuals, vivid colors, and surreal imagery.


"Sicko Mode" by Travis Scott

This visually stunning and unconventional video takes you on a journey through various captivating scenes, each with its own distinct vibe, perfectly matching the dynamic and trippy nature of the song.

Tame Impala - "The Less I Know The Better"

This video blends live-action footage with captivating, colorful animations, creating an otherworldly and dreamlike atmosphere. The seamless integration of psychedelic visuals with the song's infectious indie-pop sound makes this video a mesmerizing watch.


"This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" by Fall Out Boy


Fall Out Boy's high-energy pop-punk anthem is perfectly complemented by this visually dynamic music video. With its vibrant colours, fast-paced editing, and surreal imagery, it offers a feast for the eyes, along with a hit of nostalgia.


 "Time to Walk Away" by Washed Out

Washed Out's dreamy and atmospheric soundscapes are beautifully captured in this video. Featuring a heartfelt and captivating story to follow along, it creates a sense of tranquility that pairs well with a laid-back high.

MGMT - "When You Die"

MGMT - When You Die - YouTube

This animated music video has a distinct and captivating art style, taking viewers on a psychedelic journey through a surreal and ever-changing landscape. The vibrant and abstract animations, combined with the song's trippy electronic sound, create a hallucinatory experience for the audience. The video's constantly shifting visuals and bizarre imagery make it an ideal choice for those seeking a mind-bending and visually stimulating experience.

 "Hunnybee" by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

This psychedelic masterpiece is a treat for both the eyes and the ears. The video's kaleidoscopic visuals, vibrant colours, and trippy animations perfectly match the groovy and dream-like qualities of the song.


"Take On Me" by a-ha


 A classic from the '80s, this video blends live-action and pencil-sketch animation, creating a unique and immersive visual experience. It's a timeless masterpiece that's even more mesmerizing when enjoyed while high.


 "Weapon of Choice" by Fatboy Slim 

 Directed by Spike Jonze and starring Christopher Walken, this video is a true work of art. Walken's electrifying dance moves combined with the surreal and gravity-defying visuals make for an extraordinary experience.
Whether you choose the energetic and surreal visuals of Fall Out Boy's "This Ain't a Scene, It's a God Damn Arms Race," the serene landscapes in Washed Out's "Time to Walk Away," the psychedelic journey of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's "Hunnybee," the dynamic scenes in Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode," the timeless animation of a-ha's "Take On Me," or the mesmerizing dance moves in Fatboy Slim's "Weapon of Choice," these videos offer a feast for the eyes. Alongside strains such as Woody Nelson's Rainbow Driver, Carmel's Animal Face Pre-Roll, and Pearls' Blue Razzleberry chews, you can elevate your sensory experience to new heights. So sit back, relax, and let the combination of music and cannabis take you on an unforgettable journey.


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