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Emil Nava's videos don't usually begin with a Parental Advisory, but it's necessary here. They don't come much bloodier than his video for Post Malone's rockstar.
Tomás Whitmore’s latest for Rae Sremmurd is a mind-bending party that plays with our perception of everything.
The use of intricate set designs and forced-perspective photography in Whitmore's video for Perplexing Pegasus add to the all-round trippy setting that we find ourselves in, creating a video that is, well, perplexing to watch.
Autumn de Wilde brings her inimitable old school cool to bear on thrilling young LA rock outfit Starcrawler, who make a charmingly ramshackle crew of employees at East LA's famed donut shop-cum-Chinese restaurant.
Much better when they rock out. They love LA, and look cool in those outfits.
Femke Huurdeman's second video for Flyte features the last girl on Earth, wandering through a world turned to desert. But this is no typical dystopian narrative.
Huurdeman's video for Faithless is more like a fairytale, as the girl makes an unlikely friendship, which ultimately leads to a magical transformation.
Raye is ditch-him-and-glow-up personified Sing J Lee's video for new single Decline, as she serves up looks and highlight worthy of no man while hanging around with Mr Eazi in Cuba.
William Kennedy has made a breakthrough video for Hercules & Love Affair’s Rejoice, celebrating the envelope-pushing end of drag by following Cybersissy and BaybeJane on tour in Europe, and also having H&LA's Andy Butler appearing in one of his own videos for the first time, with guest vocalist Rouge Mary.
Director/DoP Dave Tree helms this impressive performance video for up-and-coming artist Gina Kushka, filmed in a beautifully evocative location: Ham House, the 17th century stately home and gardens situated on the Thames, near Richmond.
A steamy video for American-Colombian superstar-in-the-making Kali Uchis, shot in her hometown of Medellin by Daniel Sannwald.
Promonews's very own Luke Bather steps back into the director's chair for some enjoyable farmyard shenanigans with South London post-punk band Shame.
Emil Nava gets under the skin of 19 year old singer-songwriter L Devine with an innovative 'visual EP' featuring four tracks, four interconnecting mini-videos, all weaved together with audio interview and on-screen quotes that are as frank and personal as her songs.
Joshua Osborne's video for Tom Misch's Movie is a real family affair. From the opening shot, featuring Polly Misch lipsyncing over a sample from Brief Encounter, we follow Tom into a private cinema to run a very special film on the projector.