Luke Logan's darkly monochromatic video for Headlights is a dance sequence that tells the story of a girl who won't accept that she is in an abusive relationship. It's performed by Northern Ballet School dancer Amaris Gillies, and singer Grace Savage.
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A colourful array of lighting, props, and varying frames each contribute to a nostalgic aesthetic of young love, as interpreted by Jake Hargreaves in his video for Drusila.
Hargreaves filmed the band's lead singer George in his flat, and explains that he " "tried to capture the inevitability of lost young love, with a focus on composition and framing as a narrative tool."
Yungen reunites with Oliver Jennings for the follow-up to smash hit Bestie, heading over to Riviera Maya in Mexico for a delightful change of scenery.
And Jess Glynne comes along for the ride too, to perform the vocals on Mind On It in some beautiful tropical locations.
Tim Fox contextualises the highs and lows of a passionate relationship in a highly art directed setting for Matt Cardle.
It's all about Desire, which is expressed through a steamy embraces between Matt and his co-star Jerry-Jane Pears that are framed in fiery red. This turns to purple as emotions turn to jealousy, and a box of glass represents their fracturing relationship.
Jordan Rossi's video for Never See Me Cry has Irish singer-songwriter Una Healy showcasing a number of looks, from sassy rock chick to old-school Hollywood glam queen, as she belts out her latest hit with powerful vocals.
It’s a playful video that sums up the subject of the track perfectly. Una is having fun and is so not missing that ex anymore...
Andrew Litten's video for Diamond Teeth Samurai pays homage to Lil Wayne's classic The Block is Hot, and gives us a less traditional, but still hugely vibrant vision of New Orleans.
And with Litten's scintillating work, Youngboy Never Broke Again comes into his own, with the support of NOLA's finest - the 504 Boyz, all-female biker club Caramel Curves and Birdman.
Gwil Doe directs the video that celebrates the return of Darkside Crew veteran President T, with the album Stranger Returns, and the track Birthday Cake. Time to throw a party.
Kylie takes an audacious turn towards Nashville country, and Colin Solal Cardo makes that look like a very natural step, in this bright and breezy video for Stop Me From Falling.