Music videos have provided a real feast for the eyes over the last 12 months. Now we're in 2016, we decided to take a quick look back and pick our five favourites from the months of 2015.
The 1975 - 'Love Me'
'Love Me' is one of those tracks that will stick in your mind for some time, and the video does a good job of replicating that into visuals. A little odd on the surface, but scratch below and it's actually quite a brilliant commentary on popular culture and the idea of 'falling in love' with celebrities, personas and characters.
Missy Elliott - 'WTF (Where They From)'
Missy couldn't have chosen a video with more of a feel-good factor than she did with 'WTF'. Not only that, but the song and video provided a piece that made it feel like she'd never even left the game. Relevant, modernised but still with that classic Missy feel, she's back at the top.
Rihanna - 'Bitch Better Have My Money'
Rumoured to be about her real life relationship with an ex-accountant who was forced to hand over $10 million to the singer after some dealings she said were made dodgy because of the accountant's advice, the video for BBHMM shocked people across the globe, and got everybody talking.
Taylor Swift - 'Bad Blood'
The whole Swift Squad came together for the 'Bad Blood' music video, marking one of the highlights in pop culture for the past decade, rather than just the year. Expected to take a pop at Katy Perry, the pair have never publicly spoken openly about their feud, but this could be the greatest passive aggressive dig the world has ever seen.
Sia - 'Elastic Heart'
Maddie Ziegler returned for her second Sia music video, this time joined by the enigma that is Shia LaBeouf. The pair put on an emotional and thought-provoking performance in visuals that caused controversy with those unwilling to look behind the ages of those involved and try to really get to the root of the story being told.
Honourable Mention - Drake - 'Hotline Bling'
Great, but for all the wrong reasons. We couldn't put together our list without at least giving Drake's pop culture changer 'Hotline Bling' a mention.
What have been some of your favourite music videos of 2015? Let us know in the comments section below.