Milan-based K48 Productions and directing duo TO GUYS present a surreal nightclubbing adventure dripping with retro style for the Italian pop-rock outfit Baustelle's tribute to French model and disco icon Amanda Lear.
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We're just over two weeks into 2017 and the bar has just been set for music video weirdness. Peurto Rican rapper Residente directs his own video here which inexplicably stars John Leguizamo as a member of an, err, eclectic tribe born from a woman who herself just hatched from an egg.
Revenge is a never-ending cycle in Max Lincoln's time-bending music video for Father.
Obsessively recording life's experiences on our phones has become utterly commonplace. There couldn't be a downside, could there?
Patrick Blades' Crystal Fighters video is a bike ride through a quiet world where everyone's temporarily checked out.
Beginning on quiet residential streets, there's no indication that there's anything amiss in this quiet bike ride until you notice the errant foot sticking out from behind a wall, and that's when things start to turn a little dystopian.
Dent De Cuir's video for Metronomy takes the old saying "If these walls could talk...", puts it on wheels, and drives it to torment.
Following a spurned lover who stands alone in the frame, we see her memories and misery manifest themselves in the reflections of her car's body. Driving to escape them doesn't work, and so the video reaches a beautiful, logical, fiery conclusion.
Rule of thumb: if you're watching something that begins with a quote from Friedrich Nietzsche, it's probably not gonna be a comedy.
Little Simz and Jeremy Cole collaborate on the ambitious 15-minute film Stillness in Wonderland.