Shaun James Grant teams up once again with Black Honey for the sequel to their previous video Dig - this time taking the influences into the 70s harking back to Saturday Night Fever.
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The seven minute cinematic experience created by director Emmanuel Adjei for artist Sevdaliza explores and questions the fascinations and desires of the human mind, telling the story of the black man, who continues life in a cycle of oppression. The modern chains, of aspiring for success, power and decadence that create a false sense of freedom and autonomy.
An intriguing video of suble drama for Norwegian musician and actor Okay Kaya, directed by JK - that's Jonathan Klein.
Shot on only 6 rolls of film, Salim Adam creates a feel-good, summer video filmed on location in London for Gorgon City's latest track Hear That.
The visual motif of the ice cream van, slick choreography and use of film combines to create a distinct old-school feel, capturing a brief snapshot of summer in London - a simple premise brilliantly executed.
Favourite Colour: Black (Chris Turner) second video for new artist Alice is a highly stylised performance piece, with an undeniable retro feel, but with its foot still firmly in the 21st century.
Within a series of nicely art-directed setups, the combination of dim lighting and red luminescence adds to the atmospheric feel of the video.
The Decemberists have released a powerful new video for Once In My Life, directed by acclaimed director and photographer Autumn de Wilde, and starring her brother Jacob de Wilde.
The song is the lead track on the band’s eighth studio album I’ll Be Your Girl, which was released on Capitol Records this Spring.
Max Siedentopf - who recently joined Riff Raff Film's new talent department Nursery Of Evil – directs this bonkers new video for Dutch band De Likt.
Gerardo Naranjo, director of TV shows Narcos and The Bridge, has collaborated with Interpol to create a brilliantly experimental video for their track The Rover, from the upcoming sixth album.
Zhang + Knight launched their music video directing career with a video for London-based rapper ATO. Now they reunite with this ambitious epic that spans generations, takes us from English countryside to the city and back, and explores the idea of identity through a combination of myth and cold reality.
French rapper Kobo comes to London to bring his track Baltimore to life - and director Felix Brady puts the viewer at the heart of the action in this everyday story of gangster life.