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The Stian Andersen-directed video for the remix of Röyksopp & Robyn's Monument won Best Video at the 2015 Nordic Music Video Awards, held in Oslo last Saturday night (May 23rd).
Connor Gilhooly's well-crafted video for Gengahr's Heroine builds a sensual experience based upon the legendary archetypes of a sleeping princess and her chivalric hero, using projections and colour separation to create a certain amount of sexual ambiguity.
Davis Silis has delivered a heart-rending video for Aquilo's track Calling Me, about a young man who faces the hardships of being bullied, and also facing rejection in the very place where he feels most comfortable.
South London songstress Misty Miller brings some frenetic energy to her new video Happy, and Sophie Muller shows yet again why she's the best at drawing out inspirational performances from artists, whether they are huge and experienced (like Rihanna, Sam Smith, Beck, and many others that Sophie's worked with) or completely new.
A girl swathed in chiffon increasingly battles with the earth and ashes from which we come - and will return – in Aidan Wood's fine video for Lamb's What Makes Us Human - itself a return to form for the duo known in the Nineties for their sophisticated drum and bass.
Here at Promo News, we've been waiting patiently for the release of full uncensored director's cut of the Vince Staples video for Señorita. Forget the watered-down version on YouTube, because Ian Pons Jewell's bleak satire on modern America has to be experienced as it was meant to be seen.
Having made an impact with their lo-fi, acid-soaked visuals for The Slaves and God Damn, director/record producer collective Youth Hymns have joined Partizan for music video representation in the UK.
Welsh indie rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen's latest video is welcome return to the medium by James Canty, and features none other than Ewan McGregor as an unsuspecting victim of music theft, by Catfish frontman Van McCann.
A magician sets up for the biggest trick of his life, in this gripping video for Walking On Cars' Catch Me If You Can by Jack Laurance.
The video for the debut single by Adam, Hear The Sea - British-Cypriot singer-songwriter and producer Adam Karayiannis – is set around the grey and forboding streets of Woolwich, London. The song is called Sorrow, but then Stefano Margaritelli's video defies expectations in its portrait of a homeless man whom brings joy to all those that he meets.