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Charles Mehling is the right man to herald Sharleen Spiteri's return to the pop world with this slick affair for Texas that's all about Sharleen.
Mixing black and white and colour and different aspect ratios, the video for Can't Control has a classic feel, shot by Ed Gibbs, and edited by Sam Bould at Cut+Run.
The third instalment of Cyrus Mirzashafa's trilogy of videos for Two Penny Blue is a satisfying look at the arc of a relationship, from the spark of attraction to painful split, but with more wit and flair than this kind of story usually gets.
With a blood-stained body thrown in the trunk (okay, boot) of their car, Dead Naked Hippies go for a little drive, in James Arden's video for I Wanna Know Ya.
With suitably stark blue-tinged performance footage, they race through the city at night, to destination unknown. They might just get away with murder...
Aella Jordan-Edge directs this dark surreal video for Marmozets latest single Habits. A mannequin couple holds frozen poses in typically romantic, movie trope settings. They often inhabit the same space as the band themselves, until a final twist when the line between mannequin and human becomes blurred.
Phil Poole's video for Declan McKenna is in the grand tradition of exercise video-themed music vids, but inspired by the gentler and cosier British breakfast TV strain than the Jane Fonda workout variety. So in fact, this is actually a music video you could really use as an exercise video.
So get up, make room, and get moving - the DMTV Today way...
Here are full details of the nominations for the Best Video - Newcomer music genre categories at the UK Music Video Awards 2017 – including director, production, commissioner and label credit information. Credit info on the nominations on more categories at this year’s UK Music Video Awards coming shortly.
Charli XCX was inspired by her own experiences with ALMA, the girl with the lime-green hair, for the Finnish singer's video of party-regret song Phases.
Andy Little spins a spooky tale for Yorkshire band Glass Caves' I Do, just in time for Halloween season.
Three teens, out in the countryside, nosey through the window of a local farm, and discover far more than they bargained for. Including the band themselves, looking suspiciously unwell and very compliant to the whims of the man of the house.
Charlie Robins' heartfelt new music video for Jessie Ware – a long time pal of his from South London – focuses on an emotional performance from a stunning Jessie in the beautiful Art Deco surroundings of Eltham Palace.
This was shot on 35mm, by Ben Fordesman, and looks gorgeous.
After making three videos, shooting live gigs and a documentary, it's been six years since Mats Udd last worked with First Aid Kit. Now he's marked their reunion with a real gem.
41Blackford - recently signed to Iron Age Pictures – makes his directing debut with this absorbing dance piece for Elderbrook.
"In this video we depicted the evolution of a relationship," says the director. "From infatuation, tenderness, separation and finally reconciliation through the medium of dance."
Nicholas Lam doesn't only bring the song to the screen, he also pretty much encapsulates the name of the band in this drama for Last Second Chance which ultimately has the viewer on the edge of their seat.