First up we have Ellie Goulding's new track, Burn. Clearly hoping to capitalise on the success she's enjoying in the club with her Calvin Harris duet I Need Your Love, Burn has Ellie continuing in a similar vein. Dance floors beware!
Burn is taken from the re-release of second album Halycon, now called Halcyon Days, and a useless fact for you: a version of the song was originally recorded by Leona Lewis for her Glassheart album!
Demi Lovato time! Single number two from Demi gets the video treatment, and unsurprisingly for a song entitled Made in the USA there are patriotic themes peppering the visual. I'm not mad on the song, something slightly generic about it, but kudos to Demi for getting her fingers dirty and co-directing the video.
This video isn't for a new song, but is for an accompanying remix that has been doing the rounds recently. Summertime Sadness was released in its original format June of last year, but probably hoping to capitalise on this year's summer this Cedric Gervais remix now also has a video.
Awww, check Britney Spears looking more alive (literally) than she has in a decade! It warms my heart! That alone is the reason I'm posting the video for, The Smurfs 2 tie-in, Ooh La La. The song itself isn't brilliant, though it isn't anywhere near as terrible as I was expecting it to be. Actually I'm a little afraid of giving it a second listen in case I start to enjoy it. Let's move swiftly on.
Okay, this isn't strictly a video- it's more a picture with music playing over it- but I like Regina Spektor so I thought I'd post it. You've Got Time is definitely a different sound from the quirky singer-songwriter, but me likey!
There are a lot of comments about it being from "a series" on the YouTube page, so I'd imagine it's been used for a television show or something. Hopefully it'll open up this wonderful artist to a wider audience.
And finally we have Beyonce. This video was taken from a live show in the States and was her first performance of Bow Down. Just be prepared for crazy fan screaming before you watch. You have been warned! There's also a weird, brief promo thing featuring the song- so check that out too. (Apparently it's for her website.)