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.
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rubberband. takes influence from 90s performance videos in this cinematic, colourful journey across the Californian desert.
A couple of undercover cops ruin a rave in Tomás Whitmore's clip for Dillon Francis.
Taz Tron Delix brings his unique visual approach to Cartae's Long Time, and is bang on target again.
Amy Macdonald's dreamy new track gets a haunting treatment from Favourite Colour: Black.
When Amy starts singing Down By The Water outside her beach shack, it becomes the siren song for an assorted group of strangers who gather from far and wide to join her - and then they become an effective chorus for the song, as they look out to sea.
In a world obsessed by image and ruled by social networks, Dan Black escapes to a desert – that happens to be just outside a town of tower blocks – surrounded by 100 cameras.
Ben Drury's second video for Dizzee's new album RASKIT, follows on from stripped-back VFX-enhanced style of the first for Space.
Wot U Gonna Do has Dizzee coming at you from deep inside your hard drive to deliver a warning. Suitably stark yet visually arresting, to match the Rascal's return-to-his-grime roots direction.
Kojo remains mysterious and celebrates his ladies by having females play him and Kranium. And an all-female crew executed this idea for Pxssy Palace and Alexa Kesta.