He's a director renowned for his VFX and motion graphics work, but Tim Fox returns to music videos with a pure pop performance video for British country duo The Shires, shot in Los Angeles.
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Frank Turner's easy charisma is very much to the fore in Michael Baldwin's straight-ahead performance video for Blackout.
Conducta goes from London to Paris to meet a girl, and ends up meeting another one, in Lewis Rose's breezily entertaining video for Only U.
It's a wonderful ad for Anglo-French relations, with a bittersweet ending that could be seen as a symbol of our ending partnership with one of our main partners in the EU, like a metro ticket disappearing into a machine...
Craig Moore collaborates for a sixth time with Sigala for Lullaby - a dead cert to be a 2018 summer anthem – featuring Paloma Faith. Shot in Cape Town, Moore's striking, colourful video has Paloma singing a sweet lullaby that has the contrary effect to the norm: characters don't fall asleep, but wake up to find themselves in a series of stunning landscapes.
John Newman goes back to his Yorkshire roots, and shows his true mettle, in Ozzie Pullin's impressive video for Fire In Me.
Filmed in Hull, this starts out in a boxing gym, where the sparring match that follows suggests that Newman is on the road to a big title in the ring. But Pullin's video defies expectations, and ends up showing him in a far more impressive light.
Wonderful World was written about Solomon Grey singer Joe accompanying his mother to Dignitas, and his conflicting feelings of experiencing both loss and comfort knowing she had made the choice she wanted to make.
Raja Virdi's video for House of EL has been under wraps for nearly a year, waiting for the right moment to be released.
It's a restrained but impressive affair which features engaging performances from each of the featured artists, captured in pools of light by the roving camera, in a single take.
Labour-of-love of the week so far is certainly this stop motion animation for Fingers and Thumbs — the acoustic solo project of Dark Horses guitarist David Wheeldon - by Ian Newcomb. He spent three years thinking about making it, and then a whole year actually doing it.