giffgaff's now-traditional Halloween film centres around a young woman called Lucy who's dressed up for a big Halloween Club night. But when she tries to meet her boyfriend in the club, her evening quickly spirals into proper scariness - with new versions of Rockwell's 1984 classic Somebody's Watching Me on the soundtrack.
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Nick Bartleet sets up a gripping scenario right from the start of his video for Dan Owen. A couple are on the run in wild English countryside, being tracked down by two men in a 4x4, and about to be caught, in scenes reminiscent of Daniel Wolfe's debut feature Catch Me Daddy.
New Division director Arnaud Bresson explores the whys and wherefores of extreme self-defence with a colourful cast of would-be assailants and secret martial artists for the Soulwax remix of The Peppers' Hot Caramel.
The international hit comes with a sensationally entertaining video directed by Dave Meyers, and produced by MVA-winner Nathan Scherrer.
Huse Monfaradi delivers a live-performance video for Rag'n'Bone Man's stripped-back anthem Grace, shot at Real World Studios in Bath - introduced with the closing moments of another far less intimate live performance: his triumphant 'homecoming' show at the Brighton Dome.
Ashley Walters becomes Asher D once again to join Star.One and P Money for some lyrical badinage on We Run The Show, and Ray Fiasco's very watchable, old school video does a great job in capturing the action.
Silent Tapes' latest video for Adam French explores themes of anthropomorphism. Presented as a one shot, it is set within an ambiguous world where adults never lose their childishness, as they meander into the night exploring curiosities.
Taking in the gritty charm of post-industrial Hackney Wick, director Diana Kunst paints a picture of youth in East London for IDER.
IDER are North London based R&B duo Megan Markwick and Lily Somerville. Learn To Let Go is their first single to be released since signing to Glassnote Records back in August.