Thomas James's second video for Nothing But Thieves sees band frontman Conor Mason in a state of reflection, whilst nothing less than the end of days unfolds around him.
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Kaz Ové steps up to capture Hare Squead's Flowers (from their new EP Season 2) with a characteristic display of authentic performance distilled through complementary FX work.
Ollie Wolf has created a very entertaining video for London-based producer Fabich's debut single by applying a comic solution to an everyday problem, and then pushes it to wonderfully absurd lengths.
Paloma Zapata brings Sioux City lead singer Caterina Torres into an almost unfeasibly colourful and sun-drenched streets of La Escocesa in Barcelona for a vibrant performance with her dancer pals, captured all in near-one take.
Fiona Jane Burgess directs a minimal sensory dance film for TD_Nasty.
Andrew Donoho packs a powerful punch with this cinematic disaster study for Vic Mensa.
Crowns & Owls, in their first music video for ages, have returned with an unsettling curiosity for Hercules & Love Affair's Omnion.
A lone robed figure repeatedly walks up a staircase, on a pilgrimage in which she encounters different scenarios involving other pilgrims - and then finally passes through a watery barrier to be entirely transformed.
Now this is what we like to see. Scott Cudmore creates an intense, joyous, and eccentric video for Leslie Feist that feels like a return to the form of the singer's videos of a decade or so ago. With added Jarvis Cocker.
Nick Middleton puts the viewer in a rather strange predicament in his clip for Dutch Uncles.
Tom Clarkson's latest clip for Society is a clever guerilla experiment in public participation.
Stemming from the classic 'Can I take your picture? Ah, it's on video!' concept, the video starts out as a series of strange and awkward portraits. That is, until you realise that the true subject matter of the video is lurking in the background.