Here is a four-pack of YouTube videos from Finland, the country that is famous for its virtually incomprehensible language and for the fact that it has more lakes than people.
Clockwise from top left you can see the following:
Ultra Bra does "Sinä Lähdit Pois". Every Finn I have ever met knows Ultra Bra, the quintessential Finnish band of the 90s, but nearly nobody outside of Finland has ever heard of them. This has to change. Unfortunately they broke up in 2001.
Cleaning Women do the soundtrack to a condensed version of the Soviet silent Science Fiction classic Aelita: Queen of Mars from 1924. Most memorable quote: "Follow our example, Comrades! Unite into a family of workers in a Martian Union of Socialist Soviet Republics!"
Alamaailman Vasarat, masters of kebab-kosher-jazz-film-traffic-punk-music, play a song called Astiatehdas. The music of this band, whose name means "Hammers of the Underworld", is just unbelievable, and the videos are, too. Why the heck don't they have an American distributor?
If the embedded player doesn't work for you, or if you want to check out related videos, here are the direct YouTube links: Ultra Bra - Sinä Lähdit Pois | Cleaning Women - Aelita | Circle - Nopeuskuningas | Alamaailman Vasarat - Astiatehdas