The band release the official video for You Opened Up My Heart, directed by Croft.
Aaron: The concept was a collaboration. We gave [Chris] some ideas of what we wanted visually: very graphic and high energy. He sent us a few examples of 3D projections. The cube felt a little bit ambitious for the budget. And we were like, ‘that sounds risky’, and we tipped up in the morning and it was a bit of a seat-of-the-pants thing…It’s a cube that has a projection that runs right the way round. To see it in person was incredible. It’s one of our best so far.
The band release a video for Through The Shadows, which is also released as a downloadable single with album pre-sales.
Merkules releases the video for Conor McGregor, directed by Kubrick.
I feel like I’m Conor McGregor, get lost in the sauce and then shout at you haters. We eat and we all getting traded. My Squad going major, I’m on a hiatus.
Manic Flame releases a video for McGregor Walk.
Swag. Pressure. I go harder under pressure. Got that number when I met her. Walk it out Conor McGregor.
Gomez releases the music video for her track Hands To Myself. The video is directed by Alek Keshishian and is available on Apple Music.
Chvrches release the music video for their single Empty Threat. The video is directed by Austin Peters and shot on location in Miami.
Adele releases a session of When We Were Young, the second track from 25, recorded at The Church Studios, London. The song was written with Jesso.
Adele releases Hello, her first single in three years. She previews the song on UK Radio 1
I feel so sick. I’m so nervous. … I thought I’d burst into tears…I obviously want people to like it. When I wrote it, I knew this would be the first thing everyone heard from me. I want to surprise people.
World Order releases The Next Phase, which includes Sudo’s final performance. The band dances in Paris and Berlin.
The Vamps release a music video for their single Wake Up. The video features The Vamps performing on the roof of a high rise radio tower and includes a cameo from Beckham.
This video was something we had never done before; we performed on top of a radio tower, 100 feet in the air. It was pretty scary, but absolutely awesome. We were lucky enough to have Brooklyn Beckham in the video, he’s a super nice guy and crazy talented.
Lovato releases a music video for Confident. The video is directed by Robert Rodriguez and is the second music video from her album Confident.
Smith releases the video for Writing’s on the Wall.
Gilmour releases the official video for Today, from his upcoming album Rattle That Lock.
To celebrate his Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 position, Bieber releases an acoustic version of What Do You Mean? In the video, Bieber is shown recording and promoting the original version, as well as surfing, hiking, using a hoverboard and skateboarding throughout New York City.
Thank you 4 making What Do You Mean #1, Love, Justin
Gilmour releases a video where he talks about the creation and recording of Today, the second single from Rattle That Lock. Elder’s film includes footage from the AIR Studios, London, recording session of the orchestral score, written by composer Preisner.
Today was one of the ones that Phil [Manzanera] put together from two or three pieces of music of mine that I had sort of ignored. He’s very good at finding them and saying that’s great you should use it. How about using it with that piece, and that piece. So he mopped that one up as a gift.
Gilmour releases a teaser for 5AM from his album Rattle That Lock.
Bieber releases the video for What Do You Mean? The video stars Leguizamo and Deli, and is directed by Furman.
Jonas releases a music video for Levels. The video is directed by Colin Tilley.
The concept for the video — basically, we are in this big space, lot of really interesting art decoration, some tires, some barrels, some beautiful women.
Swift releases the video for Wildest Dreams at the VMAs, directed by Kahn and starring Swift and Eastwood in an African-themed romance.
Chvrches release the music video for their single Leave A Trace. This is the first music video for their album Every Open Eye.
Gilmour releases a teaser for 5AM from his album Rattle That Lock.
Jackson releases a single, No Sleeep, featuring J. Cole from her upcoming album, to be released in the fall, which will be on her own newly-established record label.
I hope u enjoy watching this as much as we enjoyed making it. #NoSL333P
Lovato releases sexy Cool For the Summer music video. The video features Lovato in a leather leotard. She announces the release on Twitter:
#COOLFORTHESUMMER BITCHES ???.
Gomez releases the music video for Good For You. The video reworks the track with string instruments and removes A$AP Rocky’s verse in the original release of the audio track. The video is directed by Sophie Muller.
There’s no love interest in the video, it’s all me. The reason why I wanted it to feel that way is because it’s about truly feeling good about yourself. I love the sensuality. It doesn’t try to hard. It’s not in everybody’s face. It’s like when you have that feeling with someone, when you just want to feel pretty and you want to feel good.
Stewart releases the first single from Another Country. The video shows him performing with his band on the top of the Capitol Records Building in Los Angeles.
Cara releases a music video for her single Here, her first official music video. The video is directed by Aaron A.
Swift premieres the music video for Bad Blood (featuring Kendrick Lamar), at the Billboard Music Awards, the fourth single from her #1 album 1989. The elaborate video features Swift as a leather-clad revenge-driven hero dubbed “Catastrophe.” Many of Swift’s famous friends appear in the video, with Gomez playing Swift’s arch-enemy, “Arsyn.” The song is rumored to be about the rift between Swift and Katy Perry.
In This Moment releases the video for Sex Metal Barbie. Brink:
Directing it was a liberating experience. When you write music that you are very passionate about, being able to bring the visual aspect of it alive with the music is what ties everything together. Sex Metal Barbie is all about rising above hate. I used other people’s hatred to create this song and concepts. I really wanted this video to convey that other people’s perceptions of us are just their own twisted and warped views. I wanted a sarcastic and delusional visual to bring this video alive.
The band release the official video for I Saw A Ghost, from their album Cavalcade.
Stirling releases the video for Take Flight from from her album, Shatter Me, at YouTube Music Awards. The video shows Stirling walking through surreal scenes looking for a flower. The video is produced by Everdream.
It’s here! I had so much fun making this Take Flight video
The band releases a video without Sudo. The video shows performances in Tokyo’s Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya districts.
WORLD ORDER’s new challenge as the group enters their sixth year: a trial version by a six-member formation.
Swift releases Style, from her album 1989.
We should have just called it ‘I’m Not Even Sorry’.
Rixton releases the music video for Hotel Ceiling from their album Let The Road. Co-written by Ed Sheeran and directed by Clarence Fuller, the video features a bride after a verbal and physical fight, marrying herself to the dead groom she just murdered.
We wanted to lead into the new year with a song that shows a different side to us, musically and personally.
Rend Collective release the official music album for Joy to the World (You are My Joy), from the album Campfire Christmas Volume 1. Some parts of the video allow viewers to sing along.
We love the old hymns and carols of candlelight services too much to do Christmas without them… but that’s not to say we haven’t re-imagined them a bit!
The band release the official video for Days Like These Will Break Your Heart, from their album Cavalcade.
Haim collaborates with Lorde on her production of The Hunger Games: Mockingly-Part 1 soundtrack. The band is on the track Meltdown, which is one of 15 tracks on the soundtrack.
The band release Informal Empire from their album, Have a Nice Day. The video is filmed in London
We took our new moves to the streets of London in our new video INFORMAL EMPIRE. Watch us experience this great city on a double-decker, with fish & chips, and of course, by paying an homage to the Fab Four!
The band release the official video for Don’t Mind, from their album Cavalcade.
The group releases their 6th single, My Song 5, which features A$SAP Ferg. The original song is on their record Days Are Gone and is a collaboration with writer and producer Ariel Rechtshaid. The single version is a collaboration with A$AP Ferg.
It started as a random demo of a couple different ideas and ended up forming the song later on.
Sivan releases a music video for Happy Little Pill. The video is written and directed by Koren.
Making this video perfectly represent the song and it’s message was super important to me, and I hope you guys connect with it as much as I do.
Jonas releases the first single off of his debut album as a solo artist. The song is given to Jonas by his label, Island Records:
So Chains I actually did not write. The way it worked was that I had about three or four songs ready for the record, so I sort of got the template of what I wanted it to sound like and then my new home Island Records said, “Hey we have this song that fits kind of with what you’ve been doing.” So I took it, made it my own a bit and immediately found a connection to it because I think for me it sort of took on a greater meaning of not letting things in your life hold you back from being exactly who you need to be and what’s important to you. So I connected with it in a major way.
Aaliya’s family is trying to halt Lifetime from making an Aaliyah biopic, saying that the outfit is too small to capture the scope of her life. They want a big studio to produce the film. The family is consulting with a lawyer to forfeit Lifetime from using any of Aaliyah’s music, photos and videos. Aaliyah’s cousin, Jomo Hankerson:
The problem that we have is that Aaliyah was an icon and she deserves an iconic tribute, not a Lifetime movie. They didn’t reach out. I don’t know why they didn’t reach out. We want a major studio release along the lines of What’s Love Got to Do with It, the Tina Turner movie. This needs A-list actors, A-list talent that can breathe life into what we think is a phenomenal story.
From the album World Peace is None of your Business. Morrissey appears on a Los Angeles rooftop with Pamela Anderson
The band release a lyric video for Start Again, from their album Cavalcade.
Haim releases their fifth single If I Could Change Your Mind. The single is on their record Days Are Gone and is a collaboration with writer and producer James Ford. Alana and Danielle :
It started out as a jam. We were in the studio with James Ford and we were really deeply into the recording and the vibe for the record and we were kind of burnt out and we were just like “let’s write something new.”
The band release a video for Have a Nice Day, the title track of their third album. They perform their trademark dances in Akihabara, an area of Tokyo know for its large number of electronics stores and ‘maid cafes’.
The band release the official video for Forever In Your Debt, from their album Cavalcade. Aaron Starkie:
The song started with Jim’s bass. It has quite a good groove. It’s been one of our most successful singles. It’s had a lot of success overseas, particularly in Italy…It’s about finding hope through being in love with someone despite facing life’s difficulties.
The group releases their debut record, Days Are Gone. The record features 11 tracks that include the singles Forever and The Wire. The album is a collaboration between the band and producers James Ford, Ludwig Göransson and Ariel Rechtshaid.
I think each song has its own story. I don’t think there was an overarching feeling for the record. I think the overarching theme was to make it sound like a band. But the feeling really does go from song to song.
The artist releases his video for his song, Take Me To Church.
The group releases their 4th single, The Wire. The single is on their album, Days Are Gone and is a collaboration with producer Ariel Rechtshaid.
We were so badly burned by (The Wire) that song. We recorded it five or six times before, and hated it. One little sound can make it so f-cking cheesy.