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.
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Axel Lavin and Oslo-based animation studio Stir has created an imaginative and ultimately nightmarish vision of Unge Ferrari. That involved replacing part of the Norwegian hip hop and R&B artist's head with CGI.
Feisty girl singer Lion tumbles into an empty London theatre, and proceeds to make the whole building her performance space, in James Beale's freeflowing video for Self Control.
From the back stairs and passages to the lighting rigs, backstage area and finally, on stage, this girl called Lion gives a memorably rousing performance.
Having taken New York by storm for Do It, and then New Orleans for Atlentic, Rae Morris heads for home with Noel Paul for Someone Out There. This one is all about Blackpool.
GIRLI's vibrant rebellious streak strikes again her latest video, directed by ex-Slow Club member-turned director Rebecca Lucy Taylor.
An oblivious boyfriend remains statuesque as the singer wreaks havoc in the bedroom, scrawling slurs across the wall in her signature pink colour, and ripping books and pillows to shreds.
Dominic O’Riordan takes to the streets of Barcelona for Kodaline, where young couples and groups of friends revel in the simple pleasures of life against the panoramic backdrops of the city, shot in super-widescreen.
The fastmoving clip moves from day to night and captures the vibrancy of Barcelona's youth culture, intercut with a passionate performance by the band.
A couple who's relationship has seen better days resort to some imaginative roleplay to keep things going, in Schall & Schnabel's latest for The Jungle Giants.
Ivana Bobic pushes the boundaries of the live video format for Raw, performed by Sigrid on March 10th, both in and around the Village Underground in Shoreditch, London.