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Ten years ago today, four bombs were detonated in central London, on the Underground and a bus, that killed 52 people and injured hundreds more. Georgina Ferguson was on a tube train at King's Cross station that was bombed on 7/7 in which 26 people were killed.
Christian Larson's vibrant video for Swedish electro-pop duo Icona Pop's track Emergency champions a distinctively 90's, Hype Williams-esque style, yet has modern, high-def flourishes and an instantly-hip 1:1 Instagram aspect ratio.
It definitely screams old-school pop at its most glamorous and lavish, with over-the-top artist styling and a hyped-up dance party for two.
Nottingham-born Michael Holyk started directing music videos in 2011, for an unknown teenage local lad called Jake Bugg. Since then he's worked with Sam Smith, DJ Fresh and lots more, with 2015 already a productive year: he's directed two upbeat videos for Ady Suleiman, and moodier outings for Gabrielle Alpin and Whilk & Misky.
Oscar Hudson has created a video for producer Gilligan Moss's distinctively skewed pop ode Choreograph that follows a tried-and-tested theme of exactly matching specific visuals to music elements, but then adds his own clever twist.
Taking its inspiration from the main lyric and songtitle, Stuart Birchall's new clip for Welsh metal rockers Bullet For My Valentine is a powerful drama that deals with domestic violence.
The story sees an abusive husband and father destroying his family by his angry and violent outbursts, leading his mother and daughter to take matters into their own hands.
Co-founder of Linkin Park Mike Shinoda returns, nearly ten years since releasing The Rising Tied, the debut studio album from his side project, Fort Minor. But he's come back in true, cutting-edge style, with this 360-degree virtual reality music video for his single, Welcome, directed by Jeff Nicholas.
To describe Niall O'Brian's video for Foals' What Went Down as intense is something of an understatement.
It stages two high-octane scenes - the first sees a girl swimming ahead of two others, the second features a grim bare-chested man, and a fearsome dog - in which the tension is ratched up, slowly but surely, and pretty much unbearable - and offers up a hell of a final twist.
Alex Southam has delivered this stylish little number for Kwabs' new song Fight For Love. With projections designed by Alex himself, the video focuses on typographic interpretations of Kwabs' lyrics.
A seductive dancer's choreography serves as a dynamic canvas for the projections, mirrored with Kwabs's own performance in the same space.
The Libertines are back, and are looking very much up for it.
Greg Davenport has delivered this emotive video for Seafret's Be There, profiling a variety of relationships in considered vignettes, while the band deliver a tender performance of their song.
Karen Harding heads to the party with her girls in the feelgood video for Arches' New Love by JT Child, where some nice chemistry develops between her and the dreamy guy with very white teeth, played by Christian Kinde. But will ever manage to get together....?
If you think great dancing started with Michael Jackson, and nothing can compare to Maddy in Chandelier... this one's for you.