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Adam Buxton's cousin Monty demonstrates the wonders of Christmas, as practiced by country folk, including the true source of tinsel and the delights of woodland porn.
How hard was this? Our round-up of 2014 continues with a selection of the many directors who had their work featured for the first time in Promo News over the past year. We've selected 20 names from our 'New Directors' section - which means that these directors are new to Promo News, possibly new to directing music videos, possibly not very experienced directors.
Two dancers match extravagant dance moves in two contrasting locations - then come together - in Ozzie Pullin's splendid video for the jazz-pop electroinica of Oceaán's Veritas.
The University of Portsmouth is looking to recruit a Research Assistant to work full-time for two years on an AHRC funded research project titled 50 Years of British Music Video, 1964-2014: Assessing Innovation, Industry, Influence and Impact.
Good storytelling, fine acting, thrills, surprise endings, excellent handshaking...
Our round-up of 2014 continues what we think are probably our favourite 20 narrative music videos of the year - of the mainly non-comedic variety. And this lot contains all of the above, and much more besides.
And boy, it was hard to keep this down to just 20 videos...
Gorgeously lit, Sheffield rockers While She Sleeps perform in a large empty space in Tom Welsh's high energy promo to partner their new single Four Walls.
Common Good, a Toronto-based directing collective backed by a full service design, animation and VFX studio, have created this stylish promo for Majid Jordan's Her, with collective member Jamie Webster in the director's seat.
In a joint production between UK company Able&Baker and California's Doomsday Entertainment, Rémy Cayuela gathers together a colourful, middle-aged group of characters who go out to the beach to recapture their youth and get to grips with modern phenomona such as selfies, in his charming and upbeat promo for Bakermat's Teach Me...
Our round-up of 2014 continues with another Top 20 playlist - and this is what we reckon are the most humourous music videos featured on Promo News this year.
Frederick Lloyd and Big Sixes took an ambitious approach to the band's EP The Idles - the five songs on the EP soundtrack a dark and atmospheric 15 minute short film.
In photographer and director Bafic's brooding video for Spit Three Times, Neneh Cherry takes a backseat night-time drive through the city, and performs among hanging roses, the slow revelation and repetition of imagery, like the lights of a motorway underpass, draws attention to the emotional nature of the lyrics, written in the aftermath of the sudden death of Neneh's mother and her ensuing g