The 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards are coming up this Sunday, June 16, and will air on Fuse at 9PM ET. In order to get you excited for the upcoming broadcast, which will feature live performances from artists like Cody Simpson, Demi Lovato and Ed Sheeran, we want to know which group you're rooting for to win the coveted International Video of the Year trophy. 

The list of nominated groups and videos are included below, and it's sure to be quite the race considering 10 groups, from folk bands to rap duos, are nominated. Click through the video links to refresh your memory on these awesome music visuals, and vote for the group you want to see win the International Video of the Year award at the MuchMusic Video Awards on Sunday, June 16. This poll will close at 8:59PM ET, right before the show airs.

Fun., 'Some Nights': The trio chronicles the woes of love and war in their epic Civil War-themed clip for 'Some Nights.' Singer Nate Ruess acts as the chief officer, singing to his troops to get them pumped for battle. [WATCH HERE]

Imagine Dragons, 'Radioactive': For their anthemic track, the guys from Imagine Dragons recruited Lou Diamond Phillips and turned up the weirdness, depicting underground puppet fights as they're imprisoned below the arena. [WATCH HERE]

Jay-Z + Kanye West, 'No Church in the Wild' Feat. Frank Ocean: One of the most violent video releases of the past year, Jay, Ye and Frank's clip for 'No Church in the Wild' depicts a massive street uprising, where citizens go guerrilla against armed soldiers. [WATCH HERE]

Jonas Brothers, 'Pom Poms': Nick, Joe and Kevin get funky in a football field, performing 'Pom Poms' and watching a bevy of scantily clad beauties shake their booties like they just don't care. [WATCH HERE]

Macklemore + Ryan Lewis, 'Thrift Shop' Feat. Wanz: Macklemore wears his finest furs and onesies as he and partner-in-crime Ryan Lewis jam out and pop tags with their crew of bargain hunters. [WATCH HERE]

Maroon 5, 'Payphone' Feat. Wiz Khalifa: M5 go full-on cinematic in their 'Payphone' clip, which includes a bank heist, explosions, a mini love story, and a whole lot of Adam Levine looking hot whilst trying to make a collect call. [WATCH HERE]

Mumford & Sons, 'I Will Wait': Mumford & Sons skip the theatrics and go for raw musical emotion and power in 'I Will Wait,' which displays the guys performing live for arenas jam-packed with fans. [WATCH HERE]

One Direction, 'Kiss You': 1D go straight-up silly for 'Kiss You,' which might be their most entertaining clip yet. Their insane list of costumes included sailor suits, suave prison gear a la 'Jailhouse Rock,' shirtless surfer looks, plus much more. [WATCH HERE]

Swedish House Mafia, 'Don't You Worry Child': Like Mumford & Sons, Swedish House Mafia rely on the intense power of their live shows to create an exciting visual to accompany their pulse-pounding hit.  [WATCH HERE]

The Lumineers, 'Stubborn Love': The band focuses on the pains of divorce and marital separation through the eyes of a young child, bringing about feelings of sadness and hopefulness for the little girl caught in the middle. [WATCH HERE]