Prolific Russian director Vasily Ovchinnikov's video for Aussie band Polykite explores the love between two young seamstresses in an unspecified past, that begins over the sewing machine and leads to the decidedly sensual use of a tape measure.
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Nina Nesbitt's old boyfriend has made a terrible error of judgement and Nina is here to reveal the contrast between theirs and his new relationship.
Alexander Darby's video for Best You Had has two stories running concurrently, organised around a mirror-image set. And it all gets pretty steamy.
What happens when superheroes get old?
This video for French-Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Haim’s Coward is directed by Paul Van Haver – otherwise known as Stromae, the Belgian pop star making his directing debut – together with Luc Junior Tam and Martin Scali. It actually came out late last year, but we missed our radar then. More fool us – it's an absolute gem.
Johnny Hardstaff's short film for French artist Jimmy Whoo's Motel Music Part II features one of the most hypnotically repulsive characters seen in a music video for a long while, who acts upon his impulses, and suffers a delicious fate as a result.
A modern Joan of Arc dons her armour to undertake a daunting mission in one of the most hostile and challenging environments known to man - the teenage houseparty. And what could be a more noble cause than rescuing your useless drunken brother from infamy and ridicule?
When The Wandering Hearts' arrive in a one-horse town to do a show, there's only one problem. There are no people, let alone horses, to watch them.
Michael Baldwin plonks the Hearts in a Wild West ghost town in his video for Devil. But then the band's rollicking performance gets the ghosts to come out and play.
Jodeb returns to videos with an awesome cosmic headscratcher for London Grammar.
As workers flee the facility where the energy core has gone into meltdown, one girl heads towards the plant, and jumps into the hole, with an unexpected result. She falls through space and dimensions, and her head fills with a flashback which may suggest what this is all about. On the other hand...
We follow Milson Pulse on 21/05/17; the day he is convinced to plan and take part in a robbery lead by his girlfriend. it is also the day Milson goes missing.
Frank Lebon's experimental visual drama for Mount Kimbie's Delta is dreamy, inventive, engrossing.