Sevdaliza mourns the sudden death of her lover in the sensual, dreamlike drama for Hear My Pain Heal, a triumphant return to music videos by Ian Pons Jewell.
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Scottish alt-hip hop trio Young Fathers are back with a striking new video for Lord, the title track from their forthcoming third album, directed by Rianne White.
Matthew Sterling's video for Shaelone captures a dancer's performance in a variety of locations and on three different formats - Super 16mm, 8mm and VHS-C.
Sterling describes it as "an attempt to juxtapose a sense of fleetingness with the permanence of analogue recording formats". The overall effect, with the performance stitched together from these rich formats, is absorbing.
This short film by Joseph Delaney for his subversive zine SORT follows the rise and fall of an imaginary cult. Written and narrated by Rose McGowan, who herself was raised in a cult, the viewer is given an inside look at the hedonism, communalism and isolation of Delaney’s fictional sect.
Ali Kurr's new video for Brighton indie band Yonaka captures their vibrant energy at a cool house party, while outside a girl blows the biggest, and sexiest, bubblegum bubble in the world ever.
Okay her massive bubble looks like its made of silk. But it has a strange effect on everyone who comes in contact with it. They all succumb to the bubblegum.
Emil Nava's videos don't usually begin with a Parental Advisory, but it's necessary here. They don't come much bloodier than his video for Post Malone's rockstar.
Tomás Whitmore’s latest for Rae Sremmurd is a mind-bending party that plays with our perception of everything.
The use of intricate set designs and forced-perspective photography in Whitmore's video for Perplexing Pegasus add to the all-round trippy setting that we find ourselves in, creating a video that is, well, perplexing to watch.
Autumn de Wilde brings her inimitable old school cool to bear on thrilling young LA rock outfit Starcrawler, who make a charmingly ramshackle crew of employees at East LA's famed donut shop-cum-Chinese restaurant.
Much better when they rock out. They love LA, and look cool in those outfits.