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Lady Gaga is back, busting out this explosively cathartic pop single about love... that never existed in the first place. Its an electrified performance video - directed by Andrea Gelardin and Ruth Hogben - where Gaga goes for it, rocking out to the track in middle of the hot American desert, surrounded by her audience.
A lazy afternoon hangout becomes gradually more oppressive as more and more men show up to ruin things in Riley Blakeway's musing on social norms for LA trio Cherry Glazerr.
Bob Jeusette presents an intimate portrait in the unlikeliest of places for SG Lewis. Following the Monster Mania Stunt Show - made up of several generations of the Valencia and Delporte families – this documentary clip paints a portrait of two families and their strong, unique bond, as they tour the suburbs of France and Belgium.
Composer David Rosen has released these stunning CG-animated visuals for his song Butterfly, created by VFX artist Tobias Steiner.
Inspired by the theme of human evolution, the video marries the ambient electronica of the track with an emblematic rendering of a striped humanoid who makes a perilous leap of faith towards a golden ball of inter-connected points...
A young Muslim girl goes skateboarding, through striking and eerily deserted landscapes, in Hugo Jenkins' video for Joe Hertz.
Not unlike (and possibly a homage to) Aoife McArdle's video for Jon Hopkins' Open Eye Signal, this was shot in and around Margate in Kent, in very unBritish weather conditions.
A live performance with a stilted and discomfiting audience makes for some surreal and awkward viewing in this clip for Snowblink, directed by Scott Cudmore, continuing his run of bleak, darkly comedic, highly cinematic music videos.
Shirley Collins, a legend of British folk music, has a new album coming out - her first for 38 years, no less. Maverick filmmaker Nick Abrahams has directed the video for the first single Death And The Lady - and he's also making a comeback of sorts.
David M. Helman brings a heap of cool to this GTA & Vince Staples clip.
A simple performance video sees Vince Staples surround himself with a gang of synchronised BMWs. With dust flying around a minimalist industrial location, the beauty of this video is in its simplicity and the cool-as-hell execution.
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 2016 – the big awards night of the year for music video makers in Britain and beyond.
Gregg Houston and his crew have pulled off this stunning, one-shot live session, located at Clubs 2004 in Hornchurch, Essex - a working men's club frequented by the singer's father, and one which he himself has performed in many times over the years.
Youthclub's mixed-format video for Kattison switches between past and present in a dizzying haze of summer parties.