Nominees announced for ARIA 2019 Best Music Video

ARIA and YouTube Music last night announced the 2019 Best Video ARIA Award nominees. The 10 music videos were revealed at YouTube Festival, an exclusive event held at Fox Studios, Moore Park. With more than 1,500 people in attendance, the showcase shone a spotlight on Aussie music with special guest performances from some of Australia’s favourite musicians and rising stars and was the perfect setting to unveil the first category of ARIA Award nominees.

Some of Australia’s finest filmmakers are up for the gong, including those recently featured on CLIPPED like: Dylan River, Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore, James Chappell, Richard Coburn, & Benn Jae, among a massive list of the who’s who of the Australian music video scene.

Public voting is now open for Best Video, and for the first time, Aussies can have their say directly in Google Search. Fans simply need to search ‘ARIA Vote’ and follow the prompts to make their selection for the ARIA Award for Best Video presented by YouTube Music. They will also be able to vote for Song Of The Year nominees once they are announced on the 10th October. Aussie music fans can vote once per day, per category, when signed into their Google Account, up until 11:59pm, 20th November


BAKER BOY – “Cool As Hell”

Directed by: Gabriel Gasparinatos

BRIGGS – “Life Is Incredible (feat Greg Holden)”

Directed by: Dylan River

G FLIP – “Drink Too Much”

Directed by: G Flip


Directed by: James Chappell

HILLTOP HOODS – “Exit Sign (feat Illy & Ecca Vandal)”

Directed by: Richard Coburn

JESSICA MAUBOY – “Little Things”

Directed by: Benn Jae

PNAU – “Solid Gold (feat Kira Divine & Marques Toliver)”

Directed by: Clemens Habicht & Nicholas Littlemore

SAMPA THE GREAT – “Final Form”

Directed by: Sanjay De Silva

THELMA PLUM – “Better In Blak”

Directed by: Claudia Sangiorgi Dalimore

TONES AND I – “Dance Monkey”

Directed by: Liam Kelly & Nick Kozakis

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