The latest from Promo News
A new David Bowie video by Tom Hingston, the new Chase & Status by Josh Cole, the new London Grammar by Andre Chocron, Christmas Robbie by Chris Sweeney, the new Lorde, pushing that scary black lipstick look, by Young Replicant - and the great video for Rap God by Rich Lee where Enimem plays Max Headroom. And frankly no-one saw that coming...
Miley Cyrus couldn't muster a Grammy nomination for either of her big videos of the year, but have no fear - they are top of the pile in terms of worldwide views on VEVO this year.
Charles De Meyer, the director and animator also occasionally known as Chuck Eklectric, has created a intriguing video for Swiss DJ Deetron's Rhythm - featuring vocals by Ben Westbeech (Breach) - which charts the crucial moments in the lives of a couple in the aftermath of a huge fight.
Lana Del Rey and director Anthony Mandler continue their successful collaboration with the release of the 27-minute modern biblical epic Tropico, set to three tracks from Lana's album Born To Die - The Paradise Edition.
New York singer-songwriter Gala Rizzatto hires Alexandre Moors to interpret her passion for choreography and fondness for Hitchcock's movie Rope.
Moors' promo is a one lateral tracking shot of an intimately choreographed performance set to Gala's dance thumper Taste Of Me.
As usual you have to travel a long way down the list of the 2014 Grammy nominations to reach the Music Video categories – they are the 81st and 82nd awards on the list. And then you discover that what has traditionally been called the Shortform and Longform Music Videos have had a namechange.
Thugli - aka Canadian production duo Pat Drastik & Tom Wrecks - get together with director Amos Leblanc for the promo to the cool electronica of Run This.
The hard-hitting clip full of menace and drama, features cops, kids, guns, basketball and a strong cast, interpreting the escalating soundtrack...
Stylist and fashion mag editor Alister Mackie makes his directing debut for old pal Bobby Gillespie's band Primal Scream, for new single Goodbye Johnny, which channels the mood of Warhol's Factory with a bunch of young Gillespie wannabes, a couple of drag queens and some fantastic shirts.
Serious slo-mo fun for girl rapper K.Flay's Rawks, by new director Ben Fee.
French filmmaker Mikael Columbu unleashes a compelling promo to Drake's We'll Be Fine, taken from his 2011 album Take Care.
From its starting point of a Drake concert in Paris, it uses photo-collage and animation to illustrate the lyrics - including Drake's reflections on the late Aaliyah. An intriguing piece of work and well worth a look.