A unique look at a guy acknowledging his past wrongdoings with women and serves as a warning to any potential suitors.
The music video features all members of Still Eighteen perfoming. “Carnivore” reveals a driving alt. rock song that satirically depicts a man’s insatiable greed with no regard for the consequences.
Performing in a live studio session, The Matchstick Skeletons give it their all. An awesome performance by the band and worth the shot to make it as a music video. Enjoy!
The video follows Tiffany in different storylines where each time a boy tries to convince her to become his girlfriend.
The music video shows the escapades of the five-piece out and about in the sun. Thematically the single is about that feeling that everyone gets when summer hits.
Enjoy this partly lyric video which follows from a first person’s view, the whole day of an everyday person accompanied by the love of her life.
This is Night’s Edge debut music video. Watch them performing in front of a crowd and bringing the house down.
Morgxn and Nicholas Petricca frontman WALK THE MOON’s demonstrate a gorgeous stripped down rendition of the hit anthem “home,” complete with a 5 piece choir. Filmed and recorded in VEVO’s New York studio.
This is Young Ty debut single. The production credits go to producer Hazard, Mist and Krept and Konan. All this is based around the classic TLC ‘No Scrubs’ guitar lick replayed and sampled in the studio.
Filmed in London, the music video for 'The Point' is directed by LX who's recently worked with the likes of Dave, iLL BLU, Krept & Konan, and Django Django and cements the beginning of ZION's rise in the UK.
'As You Let Go' observes those moments of listening for an honest exchange of hopes, dreams, worries, disappointments and life discoveries between friends.
Performing in a boxing gym in Munich, Germany, Pho Queue is back with this stunning music video. Enjoy!
The video follows Dick Rubin, as he explores the outer reaches of sexuality. The video is an homage to Japanese cinema of the 1980’s, paints an alternative portrait of intimacy.
‘Nicole’ is the lead single from Kyle Crane’s debut album titled Crane Like The Bird. It’s a song about honoring his sister, a strong woman who’s been through a lot.
The music video features some of the fans who shared their photographs and stories, (Yvette, Fiona, Meg), alongside Professor Green, Rag‘n’Bone Man and Green’s grandmother, Nanny Pat.
Boom is an explosive, feel-good pop anthem. Five times more powerful than a triple espresso, Boom will be your Monday morning pick-me-up and your Friday night pick-me-up-and-put-me-on-the-dancefloor.
Awesome song performed by an awesome band performing in a church full of hot women. God bless them!
The video centres around a gang called ‘The Lost Boys’, and the exact aim of the video was to show freedom from a group of people who were necessarily never understood by society but continued on their quest to find themselves while enjoying and grasping the ups and downs of life.
The video is shot in a studio in London. The single provides an insight into Scarlette’s experience of a succession of abusive relationships whilst struggling to come to terms with her sexuality.
“I Can’t Be You,” explores gas-lighting in a relationship – the manipulation of someone through psychological means into questioning their own sanity.