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Here's another great little video for North London indie group Girl Ray.
It's a pared-down, split-screen, black and white clip that sees bandmates playing the dreamy tune Where Am I Now under rays of sun, with nicely composed interplay between their a performance and a more introspective vision where their faces are reflected in mirrors.
The Weeknd and BRTHR go all video-nasty in this neon-drenched clip for Party Monster.
Norwegian's up-and-coming artpop singer Jenny Hval lays herself bare through her musings on vulnerability and love for The Great Undressing, with a striking visual befitting the theme by Marie Kristiansen.
Love blooms on a fine afternoon in Bergen between a dog and a duck, sweetly yet fleetingly, in Carlín Díaz's delightful video for the awesomely-named Kakkmaddafakka - who are based in Bergen.
Fresh from chart-topping with Sia on Cheap Thrills, reggae stalwart Sean Paul teams with the super-hot Dua Lipa on No Lie, and turns to Tim Nackashi to direct the video that features a creative use of mirrors in several West London high rises.
Sometimes its hard to tell what's real and what's reflected, but don't let that spoil your enjoyment of this soon-to-be-huge party banger.
J-Pop princess Kyary Pamyu Pamyu returns with another of her remarkable music videos, combining kiddie cute with the deeply trippy, bursting with a level of visual imagination that puts 99% of Western pop videos to shame.
Joan Guasch's adds art to nature in his latest video for Delorean.
Firstly he spent a week in Iceland shooting the country's forbidding, breathtaking landscapes. Then he returned to his studio in Barcelona to enhance them, with a range of abstract sculptural forms in 3D that emerge from and merge with those extreme environments.
Christopher Louie has directed a heart-wrenching visual about a fun-loving Syrian childhood usurped by the violence of war for Major Lazer and Showtek's latest track Believer.
Their song Bad And Boujee was namechecked by Donald Glover at The Golden Globes a few days ago, as he collected his award for Best TV Series - Comedy or Musical for his show Atlanta, as the "best song ever". Now Atlanta's own Migos are feeding anticipation for the new album Culture, with three new videos – including this one directed by DAPS and bandmember Quavo for T-Shirt.
Aidan Duffy's enigmatic video for Bellend, set in gorgeous VFX-enhanced Irish countryside, is the fifth and final single from i am niamh's debut album Wonderland - selected for The Irish Times' Songs of the Week in December 2016.
London indie-pop group Girl Ray go for a game of rounders at their local stamping ground in this delightful video for their track Trouble by Alex Cantouris. And we're left utterly charmed.
Emil Nava is Promonews' most viewed director of 2016 - with over one and a half billion views on YouTube just for the videos he directed that were featured on the website last year.