Shot on location in Ibiza, the second collaboration between Let's Eat Grandma and Balan Evans reflects the director's current obsession with collage.
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Aella Jordan-Edge takes to the London nightclub scene to film Matoma’s Lonely’ ft. MAX. With an “imaginary friend” concept at its core, this video was inspired by Aella’s love for the classic film Harvey.
JGrrey sways between a carefree, childlike mindset and the realisation that adulthood is growing upon her in Anna Radchenko charming video for Growing.
Imagery reminiscent of youth and symbolisms of growth are depicted throughout the video, beautifully transitioning between both as the JGrrey sings nostalgic lyrics of a coming-of-age tale.
Hardy Caprio parties with his friends, and some scantily-clad girls, in this video for the much-anticipated track Rapper by Wowa.
And the video also features a winning performance by young British comedian YomsTV as the coach driver who cannot get past the door of Hardy's happening party, but ends up having plenty of fun back at the bus.
Luke Biggins continues his transition from DoP to director by capturing the sultry, laidback dancehall mood of the latest WSTRN track, with this studio shoot.
The video, featuring performances from Tiwa Savage and Mr Eazi, rocks a moon-over-water theme, nicely shot by Paul Mackay.
Tim Fox contextualises the highs and lows of a passionate relationship in a highly art directed setting for Matt Cardle.
It's all about Desire, which is expressed through a steamy embraces between Matt and his co-star Jerry-Jane Pears that are framed in fiery red. This turns to purple as emotions turn to jealousy, and a box of glass represents their fracturing relationship.
"We're thrown into existence, life bustles around us, we live, it's amazing, and then before we know it it's all gone," says Antony Barkworth-Knight, who's latest video for UK jazz outfit GoGo Penguin is an absorbing account of a man made of stones, who has to struggle through a harsh, bleak, mostly featureless world that has distinct parallels with our own.
Following on from his recent Apple Music documentary with Sam Smith, James Barber collaborates again with Smith, this time delivering a teaser/trailer for his world tour.
Just as Spring finally threatens to break cover, here's a throwback to Christmastime and the New Year, when Kirx came up with this winter warmer for Not3s and Mabel's My Lover remix. Loads of fairground fun...