Evergreen Rick Astley returns with a stripped-back performance video directed by Vaughan Arnell - but it's not quite just the man and his mic.
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Charlie Sarsfield directs this slick performance video for British-German pop duo M-22 - featuring Danish dance/pop artist Medina – playing with light in the studio to deliver suitably epic feel for EDM banger First Time.
With Rudimental and Major Lazer's anthemic collaboration Let Me Live about to take over our summer, South African photographer and director Chris Saunders provide the fantastic blockbuster video that the dancehall-inspired track deserves.
The growing sense that Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, aka 'Chris', is an artist apart from all the others, marching to her own tune, is strengthened by this collaboration with Colin Solal Cardo for the video for Doesn't Matter.
At first it looks like a perfect love and a case of "happy ever after" in Remi Laudat's video for up and coming singer Etham. But the emotional tone of the song Future suggests otherwise – and then the whole truth emerges.
Daniel Henry's accomplished video for Cleveland blues-rock band Welshly Arms lights up a place in the darkness to show that everyone is looking for safety and stability - the Sanctuary of the songtitle.
In sketching different stories Henry also shows that sanctuary can sometimes mean different things to different people. And not everyone is keen on the usefulness of drones.
Rising UK R&B singer-songwriter Ama Lou directs her own video covering all three parts of her EP 'DDD'.
Shot in LA and the surrounding desert, this is an impressionistic story of a freewheeling younger in a crime ring (played by Ama), and her adventures over the course of a single day, when she's put in charge of an important, very tiny bag.
Chris Day introduces new girl group Four of Diamonds – that's Yasmin, Lauren, Caroline and Sophia – in a neon-lit urban vision for their euphoric single Name On It.