The second video for Kwaye by Billy Boyd Cape reinforces the sense that we're looking at a very exciting new talent - both an authentic new soul performer and great dancer.
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Sean Pecknold has collaborated with production designer Adi Goodrich and choreographer Steven Reker on the Fleet Foxes video for Fool's Errand - the band's first since 2011 – and it's an appropriately beautiful piece to join the impressive body of work he has previously created for his brother Robin's band.
Jack Whiteley and Laura Brownhill's winning video for Elton John's music video competition The Cut imagines his mid-70s classic Bennie and The Jets as a gorgeous black and white dance film inspired by classic Hollywood.
Tom Ringsby bottles the driving energy of Husky Loops' Tempo, with this entertaining take on the angst and paranoia associated with urban life.
Up and coming British pop singer Jess Kent has released this engaging and fun video for her track Trolls directed by Jaime Martinez.
RUFFMERCY (aka Russ Murphy) chops and skews some homemade performance footage in the hypnotic, loop clip for Kiefer's 'Tubesocks'.
Joseph Wright juxtaposes apathy and action in this black & white docu-style narrative piece.
The video cuts between a group of teenagers idly killing time and sequences of footage from actual riots. It has the same strange teenage apathy that Spike Jonze's video for Arcade Fire's The Suburbs, only with a little more European hopelessness.
There's a contrast at the heart of Shaun James Grant's video for Colouring: on the one hand there's a heartfelt performance; on the other a curious observer, who happens to be a gold-coloured nude human nymph.
More Desert Island Dance than Desert Island Discs, Rui Vieira's gorgeous sunrise video for Xinobi explores the serenity in taking some time for yourself.
Clara Aranovich directs an emotional love story steeped in science fiction mystery for Isaac Gracie.