It's been a long time coming, but Kesha is finally back with a powerful, stylised statement piece from Jonas Akerlund.
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A big summer hit deserves a big summer video and Henry Scholfield has certainly delivered with this one for Dua Lipa.
Alon Isocianu and Superfruit (that's Scott & Mitch, two of the founding members of Pentatonix) have created an enjoyably arch confection for Imaginary Parties.
With a series of riotously colourful outfits and art direction - all carefully coordinated – and a supporting cast of mannequin-like dancers, we're in a slightly tongue-in-cheek version of classic pop video territory.
Raja Virdi captures compelling new talent Freya Ridings in a one-shot live performance video, performing a cover of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs' wonderful Maps.
In Daniel Broadley's video for Why, Skinny Living frontman Ryan Johnston revisit scenes from the life of his younger, and more troubled self.
It also features Johnston's sister, the person cited in the song for saving the singer, helping him through a dark and devastating period of depression, and on the road to recovery.
Olly Murs serves up another winner, playing a love match with a difference with Louisa Johnson in Marc Klasfield's thoroughly entertaining video for Unpredictable - well-timed to align with the annual spike in the British public's interest in tennis.
Daniel Brown's video for Odesza follows an unlikely friendship in a post-singularity dystopia.
The songtitle hints at acres of naked flesh, but Tabitha Denholm would never be that obvious with her video for Dagny's Wearing Nothing.
In fact, this is all about coordinated movement and clothing as Dagny starts out in perfect syncronisation with her partner. However, as things unravel, she soon gets back on track. The impeccable styling is by Krissie Targerson.