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London, United KingdomCalvin Harris — “Summer”
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Calvin Harris -- "Summer"

Calvin Harris lets us know what gets his heart racing in his video for “Summer.” And no, it’s not the heat. It’s beautiful women and his need for speed.
Dublin, IrelandDarling — “Sail Away”
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Darling — “Sail Away”

The Irish duo Darling present a video about resilience and accepting the help of others for their song “Sail Away.” The subtle, uplifting vocals and robust guitar riffs add to the meaning of the clip.
Stockholm, SwedenElliphant — “Revolusion”
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Elliphant — “Revolusion”

Wildly guttural bass propels Elliphant’s “Revolusion.” Intense patterns and textures saturate each frame of the video and gives the dubstep-influenced song that much more bounce to the ounce.
London, United KingdomKaty B — “Still”
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Katy B — “Still”

Katy B’s hair is a fiery reminder of lost love in the video for “Still.” As she stands surrounded by icy reminders of her loneliness, the UK singer belts out a timeless ballad.
London, United KingdomFoxes — “Holding Onto Heaven”
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Foxes — “Holding Onto Heaven”

Can heaven really compare to the love that’s found on earth? In “Holding Onto Heaven,” Foxes finds herself in a topsy-turvy sock hop where she’s determined not to let go of her dreams.
Los Angeles, United StatesMr Little Jeans — “Good Mistake”
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Mr Little Jeans — “Good Mistake”

There’s nothing erroneous about Mr. Little Jeans’ “Good Mistake.” The Norwegian electropop singer is a haunting figment of a trucker’s imagination in the video, but that might just be an excuse for her to show off some of her slithery dance moves.
London, United KingdomLabyrinth Ear — “Urchin”
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Labyrinth Ear — “Urchin”

UK group Labyrinth ear describes themselves as “fantasia pop.” “Urchin” is a whimsical look at lost youth. Soft vocals and unsettling synths accompany a wind-blown series of scenes that are more about emotions than plot continuity.
Helsinki, FinlandBiniyam — “1ne”
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Biniyam — “1ne”

There’s just no one like Biniyam. Not just the fact that he’s a German-Ethiopian rapper based in Finland. I mean, there’s that. But in the video for “1ne” he’s casually flaunting samurai swords, dance-fighting with African shields, and spitting rhymes...