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The 1975's Matty Healy makes his music video directing debut for Pale Waves, a band he knows a lot about – he also produced their first album.
GIRLI doesn't want to be patronised, okay? And she's found a fine foil in Vasilisa Forbes to get that message across.
The votes are in and the judging panels have met. Now we can reveal who is up for the honours at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 – the biggest night of the year for music video makers everywhere.
Rae Morris goes to New York City and has a ball, in Noel Paul's charming video for DO IT.
CNCO, the winners of Simon Cowell and Ricky Martin's La Banda TV talent show on Univision, became the first boyband to reach one billion views in YouTube, with their single "Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos)". Now they're taking on the rest of the world with the help of Little Mix and director Marc Klasfeld who dial up the heat between the two pop supergroups.
Newly-svelte Sam Smith teams with long term collaborator Luke Monaghan to visualise the big comeback single Too Good At Goodbyes. And not surprisingly, it's emotional.
Portuguese director Richard F. Coelho tackles the big issues through the medium of dance in his absorbing video for Orelha Negra's Ready.
Cyrus Mirzashafa's new piece for Boba K is a lyric-based music video that combines paper printing, photoshopping, hand-cut paper collage designs and a variety of fonts, inspired by an old Letraset book from the 1960's.
The idea was to create a mesh of visuals that use traditional graphic elements and approaches with the hi-fashion collages to create a low-fi vibe & tone.
What happens when superheroes get old?
This video for French-Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Haim’s Coward is directed by Paul Van Haver – otherwise known as Stromae, the Belgian pop star making his directing debut – together with Luc Junior Tam and Martin Scali. It actually came out late last year, but we missed our radar then. More fool us – it's an absolute gem.
Director Raja Virdi's latest live video is Liv Dawson, performing an acoustic version of her song Painkiller at The Pool Recording Studio.
Once again Virdi has worked with DoP James Rhodes, who has used an Alexa with Cooke XTAL vintage anamorphic lenses to create outstanding images of Dawson's engaging live performance.
Girls Aloud alum Nadine Coyle is back, as the glamourous and very demanding Lady Boss in Sophia Ray's video for the insanely catchy Go To Work.
Johnny Hardstaff's short film for French artist Jimmy Whoo's Motel Music Part II features one of the most hypnotically repulsive characters seen in a music video for a long while, who acts upon his impulses, and suffers a delicious fate as a result.