Boiler Room called in their regular collaborator João Retorta to bring Wolf Alice’s story to life in the second part of a performance-led series featuring nominated artists of this year's Hyundai Mercury Music Prize.
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Colin Solal Cardo has creates a wonderfully atmospheric live video for Moses Sumney's Rank & File.
Following on from his live video for Where did I Go? comes another live performance by Jorj Smith, captured by Shaun James Grant.
The singer's smooth vocals are matched with the set, basking in warm golden tones to emit a 70/90s fusion neo-soul feel.
Raja Virdi is back with his signature one-take live sessions, this time directing and lensing for Lily Moore's latest single I Will Never Be.
It's a stripped-back acoustic performance with Lily at the forefront, giving an electric performance with great Steadicam work by Charlie Rizek.
Shaun James Grant continues his live work for Vevo with the first of two performances for Jorja Smith.
Accompanied only by piano, Smith's vocal performance of Where Did I Go? gets a warmly-lit jazz-era setting, nicely photographed by Joel Honeywell.
Having directed live pieces for the likes of Jack Garratt, Rag’n’Bone Man, Zara Larsson and JP Cooper, this instalment of VEVO LIFT sees Shaun James Grant take the reigns for a brace of live performances by Anne-Marie.
Jamie Carter captured the moment at one of Ed Sheeran's recent shows at Wembley Stadium where he welcomed Andrea Bocelli to the stage, to co-perform Perfect Symphony in concert for the first time.
It's a fine document of Sheeran's stagecraft and his and Bocelli's absolute command of the vast audience, with a terrific sense of a special happening on a summer night in London.
Performed and recorded live at Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom, Libby Burke Wilde's video for Lewis Capaldi blends the combined authenticity of the historic venue and the singer's raw vocals to brilliant effect.