On November 19th 2016, Coldplay asked their fans to "show them what was happening in their corner of the world" to coincide with Global Citizen Day. The response was immediate and huge.
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The guys from Dutch Uncles spend a day at Buxton Raceway - taking advantage of the racetrack's windswept, cinematic rural location - in this video for their title track from upcoming album Big Balloon.
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.
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.
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.
Wild Front and Jake Hargreaves deliver an ice-cold performance video for Tumble Party.
Mixing recording formats and featuring some throwback roller-disco aesthetic charm, the video is part performance, part symbolism. It has to be said, there's something about watching a woman rollerskate around a 120kg block of ice that makes you ponder the infinite.
London Grammar and Bison brought a showstopper to the table over the seasonal break with Rooting For You.
A year on from his death, and to mark what would have been his 70th birthday on the 8th January, a new EP of David Bowie's final recordings from the Lazarus musical, and a new video for the track No Plan.