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Avicci is set to release his new album, titled Stories, sometime this year. He gave fans the first taste of his highly-anticipated sophomore album last week. It probably won’t reach the heights of his folk EDM masterpiece, “Wake Me Up,” but it’s a solid lead cut.

Waiting For Love” features co-production from rising DJ, Martin Garrix and vocals from UK singer Cherry Ghost. For the accompanying visual, the Swedish DJ enlisted director Kurt Hugo Schneider to take an innovative approach.

It’s pioneering with its interactive 360 degree gimmick where you can change your POV at your leisure. However, I much prefer the animated lyric clip. The latter has a far better narrative than dancers coming in and out of fake doors. Check out both clips below and weigh in on which one you prefer.

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John Newman made a splashy debut with his killer single “Love Me Again” back in 2013. The 24-year-old talent was poised to be the UK’s next biggest export with his soulful powerful voice. Too bad for him, Sam Smith entered out of nowhere and stole some of his thunder.

Newman returns with a wicked new soul-pop track off his forthcoming sophomore album. The John and Greg Kurstin-produced number perfectly showcases his powerhouse vocals. “Come and Get It” will no doubt be as successful as “Love Me Again” and his Calvin Harris collaboration, “Blame.”

To accompany the catchy single, John debuts an equally stunning visual. Directed by Alex Herron, the singer plays the lover to a woman stuck in a toxic relationship. Check out the clip below.

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Normally, I’m not a fan of music videos that consist mostly of concert footage. But, I’ll make an exception in this case and for any future ones that begin with Adam Levine showing off his fine naked self. Within the first few seconds, he drops his towel, showing off his juicy booty.

This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf–ker” is the lead single of the band’s upcoming re-issue of their album, V. With its extremely catchy hook, I have no doubt it’ll continue Maroon 5’s impressive streak of eight consecutive Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hits.

The visual was shot this past week during their show at Wembley Arena in London. If you’ve ever been curious what it’s like for Levine and company before, during and after a concert, the video gives a glimpse at things behind the scenes. Check it out below.

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Who knew Olly Murs was such a romantic? His latest clip will give your heart the warm fuzzies. Unless, of course, you’re dead inside ;)

Beautiful To Me” is the latest single off his fourth studio album, Never Been Better. The accompanying clip, directed by Martyn Thomas, plays like a romantic comedy. Spoiler alert. The guy who’s been at the losing side of unrequited love finally gets the girl in the end. Check out the adorably sweet visual below.

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Without a doubt, Jess Glynne owned last summer with her featured spot on Clean Bandit’s “I’d Rather Be.” I couldn’t get enough of that track. She followed that up with two more infectious tracks, “Real Love” and “Hold My Hand.” Her latest collabo could easily follow in the success of all three tracks.

English rapper Tinie Tempah (nee Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu) enlists the fiery redhead for “Not Letting Go.” It’s the lead cut off his forthcoming album. The visual directed by Joe Alexander and Charlie Robins is all about summertime in Jolly Old England.

The handful of times I’ve visited London have always been dreary. Thanks to this clip, I’m now craving a sun-filled vacation in the British capital. Watch Tempah and Glynne usher in Summer below with their fun new clip.

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And a sexy one at that!!! I could easily get down on my knees for this Savior ;)

I Got U” featuring Jax Jones was easily one of my favorite jams from last year. Duke Dumont returns with another potential earworm that could easily dominate my playlist during the upcoming Summer months.

The Giver (Reprise)” isn’t exactly a new track. It’s been a staple of the British DJ sets since 2012 but has been re-worked for its single release. It also receives an entertaining visual to go along with the new version. The clip follows a modern-day Jesus cruising Venice Beach.

Dumont’s debut album is set to drop later this year. Check out the 32-year-old’s new video below.

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Heartbeat Song” was the first of Kelly Clarkson’s lead singles not to crack the Billboard Hot 100 Top 10. I’m sure some heads were chopped for choosing that track to launch Kelly’s Piece By Piece era. Hopefully, she can turn it around with the official second single.

The 33-year-old chose the Sia-penned ballad “Invincible.” Wise decision. It’s by far the best on her seventh studio album. I’m confident it’ll chart much higher than its predecessor’s peak of No. 21.

For the accompanying visual, Clarkson enlisted Natalie Mroczka to direct. The female-empowering clip shows several vignettes of troubled adolescents interspersed with Kween Kelly in an empty apartment. Eventually, they all come together and execute some fairly simple air fisting choreography.

The highlight for me, though, is Clarkson herself. She looks great in her black ensemble. Check out the clip below.

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As rumored, the witchy teen flick The Craft serves as inspiration for Little Mix’s new music video. The girl group play awkward nerdy high school students before turning to witchcraft to reverse their social status at school.

The visual, directed by Director X, is a bit literal but it’s fun nonetheless. The song is so catchy, I don’t mind the slightly cheesy concept. I’ve been playing it nonstop since first hearing it. To boot, the ladies look fantastic in the clip.

Speaking of “Pretty Girls,” the British quartet recently threw a little shade with regards to passing on the Britney Spears-Iggy Azalea collabo. “We knew we could do better,” when referring to the track. They clearly looked into a crystal ball, because they dodged a bullet. “Pretty Girls” dropped to No. 38 in only its second week on the Billboard Hot 100.

With that being said, I’d love to hear the demo they recorded. If it’s anything like their Instaoke performance of that track for Capital FM, it’s probably sensational. They also covered “Cheerleader” and “Anaconda” during that interview. Check out their covers, along with the “Black Magic” music video below.

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