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Zayn throws a properly wild house party in the very stylish video for Still Got Time, directed by Calmatic.
Further distancing himself from the squeaky-clean boy band days of yore, Zayn gives over a Gatsby-like vibe of disinterestness as the world's coolest kids descent on his place and fill it with smoke.
In the pantheon of great British commercials, there are plenty of ads that are brilliant exactly because they are beautifully imaginative, well-crafted visuals applied to a fantastic piece of music. The whole of the Levi's campaign that started with the 'Laundrette' ad in the 80s worked on that premise. That doesn't seem to happen so much now.
The Sacred Egg's stonking performance video for Royal Blood reimagines M.C. Escher's Relativity as a dip in a pool.
Sam E. H. Hooper's directorial debut for Le Galaxie is a very cool piece of minimalist sci-fi.
Occupying an ominous black room, two protagonists wired into various machinery unplug themselves in order to connect with one another, and as they do the almost monochromatic space in which they occupy becomes considerably more colourful.
Sometimes all you need are a bunch of guys in monk's habits and hoods wearing LED masks, and some smoke. Directing duo Brain Wash prove as much in their atmospheric and hypnotic video for Shobaleader One - the 'live band' side project of Squarepusher.
Ciaran Lyons' slaps some of his signature style onto the faces of Dead! in this technicolor cut-out performance.
Combining live action and hand-drawn elements into the same frame, Ciaran creates an energetic performance video that celebrates a rough-around-the-edges, handmade aesthetic of DIY punk energy.
Raine Allen-Miller uses the motifs of classical religious painting and gives them a contemporary relevance in her video for Denai Moore.
Lacey Duke and Bosco collaborate on this gorgeous celebration of Women and Atlanta from a fresh perspective.
Determined to show a side of Atlanta that's rarely celebrated in music videos, the lush-looking 16mm clip embraces a very 90s vibe, whilst still keeping its feet firmly in the present.