Johnny Hardstaff's short film for French artist Jimmy Whoo's Motel Music Part II features one of the most hypnotically repulsive characters seen in a music video for a long while, who acts upon his impulses, and suffers a delicious fate as a result.
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Ella Eyre is all jewels and fur in the ultra-pink, candy-coated visual directed by Sophia Ray for the new single Ego. She’s joined by Ty Dolla $ign and a seriously hunky model who seems to like himself a bit too much - making it a pure pop confection with a positive message for the girls.
The Amazons got all scratched up by Oscar Sansom and lived to tell the tale.
With a performance shot on 16mm, Sansom took to "mutilating the negative" as he puts it. In fact, he has shown terrific delicacy in enhancing the power of the performance with physical marks on the neg.
Luke Davies decided against getting all counterintuitive when it came to Piers James's Samurai. And that was a smart move. Instead he made the most of the opportunity presented by the songtitle.
But as he explains, filming a samurai on Margate beach has its hazards...
Desert Mountain Tribe go galactic in an effects-laden labour of love that's been a year in the making for the director Daniel Turner.
Geej Ower's second video for Punctual is a splendidly evocative portrait of a British seaside town and two girls who live there.
When The Wandering Hearts' arrive in a one-horse town to do a show, there's only one problem. There are no people, let alone horses, to watch them.
Michael Baldwin plonks the Hearts in a Wild West ghost town in his video for Devil. But then the band's rollicking performance gets the ghosts to come out and play.
Daniel Brereton's story of a teenage summer escapade for Tourist was shot in his home patch of Morecombe Bay and Lancaster.
It's about as sweet and sunny as that part of the world ever gets, encouraging this likeable quartet to make the most of it, all night long.
Wretch 32, in his Juventus shirt and chat about central midfield, is the latest British rap star to proclaim his love of football. And Joao Retorta's video for Whistle is definitely a game of two halves.
Jack Lightfoot follows up his three-song Kasabian session for Vevo Off The Record with this intimate staging of the Jarman brothers performing In Your Palace, from their new Steve Albini-produced album.
And Albini also mixed the audio here, which accounts for the unusually raw live sound.