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Stevie Russell's gets back to together with Kodaline - this is his sixth video for the band – and once again he provides us with a hero we can all root for.
He's a zookeeper with a problem - he'll only talk to animals, not humans. Can the new girl at the zoo bring him out of his shell? Not if his arrogant love rival from the lion's enclosure has anything to do with it.
This LuckyMe-directed music video for electronic producer Lunice. is the first video released from LuckyMe's new EXPO series. And LuckyMe have also just signed with Pulse Films.
A sailor cast adrift in his damaged boat struggles with his demons and visions of a loved one in Charles Mehling's video for Tom Walker - who performs Leave A Light On, on land.
Stephen Agnew's adds in-camera effects, optical illusions and post to a banging performance by Dublin rock band Fangclub in a spooky big house for Better To Forget.
A visually layered and claustrophobic performance from Luis Dubuc of Mystery Skulls shot by the legendary Matt Mahurin.
Here are full details of the nominations for the Technical Achievement categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 – including director, production, commissioner and label credit information. Credit info on the nominations on more categories at this year’s UK Music Video Awards coming shortly. Check out the full list of nominations.
The new video for Police Dog Hogan's Devon Brigade is a real family affair – appropriately so, considering story behind the song.
It revolves around the life of Paul Studholme, great uncle of PDF singer (and Blink Films MD) James Studholme, who was killed at the third battle of Ypres, better known as Paschendaele, at the age of 19 on 4th October 1917.
Tom Grennan has some seriously good fun in his palatial pad, in Fraction Films' video for Royal Highness.
Liswaya dissects the painful process of creativity in her video for We Are Major. Very painful, as a young artist suffers an all-too-credible crisis of confidence.
Charles Mehling is the right man to herald Sharleen Spiteri's return to the pop world with this slick affair for Texas that's all about Sharleen.
Mixing black and white and colour and different aspect ratios, the video for Can't Control has a classic feel, shot by Ed Gibbs, and edited by Sam Bould at Cut+Run.
The third instalment of Cyrus Mirzashafa's trilogy of videos for Two Penny Blue is a satisfying look at the arc of a relationship, from the spark of attraction to painful split, but with more wit and flair than this kind of story usually gets.
With a blood-stained body thrown in the trunk (okay, boot) of their car, Dead Naked Hippies go for a little drive, in James Arden's video for I Wanna Know Ya.
With suitably stark blue-tinged performance footage, they race through the city at night, to destination unknown. They might just get away with murder...