An heroine with a flaming false leg must battle numerous assailants to prevail in Lance Drake's futuristic blockbuster for Muse's Dig Down.
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Zac Ella's surrealist puppet clip for End of the World is a journey of love through a unique set of eyes.
Starting as an homage to American Beauty, before taking an absurdist, cartoonish turn, the clip follows a plastic bag as it makes its way through the world in search of true love, eventually finding it (as most of us do) at the bottom of a dustbin.
Bastian Glaessner's video for singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey's Unconditional depicts the extreme highs and lows of the relationship of a young couple living in a caravan park, affected by the wild moodswings of the girl in the partnership.
Admittedly we've come rather late to this. So it's about time we acknowledged the tour de force and all-round phenomenon that is the video for Lil Dicky's Pillow Talking.
Just in time for the Twin Peaks revival, Vasilisa Forbes brings us a music video for a deep house track by Jimpster that is very David Lynch.
Charlie Manton establishes a lurid and unsettling sci-fi scene for American singer VÉRITÉ's When You're Gone - in fact, perhaps the bleakest family dinner ever created.
You go out and give it your all, and slay some dragons and monsters. And what do you get for all your hard work and talent are a few measly groats. That sound familiar?
Eric Power has fashioned a lovely handmade animation about a heroic blue warrior-for-hire in a world of wizards and dragons, which has a relationship with the harsh modern realities of freelancing and gig economics.
Future and Amber Rose drive through a poverty-stricken suburban war zone in a very expensive Bentley for some reason in Colin Tilley's latest directorial outing.