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Pleasure becomes an artificial commodity in Zhang + Knight's sprawling, sinister clip for Ghostpoet.
Ben & Ross blur the line between digital life and real life in this wild, cartoonish high school prom clip for Duke Dumont and Gorgon City.
Everybody loves a story where the underdog gets one up on the bullies. But how about one where the bullies are so consumed by their digital lives that the only thing that can put a stop to them is a bucketload of emoji-spattered puke?
Things get a touch conspiratorial in Mayer/Leyva's bizarre new video for Arcade Fire.
Mayer/Leyva (who also operate under the name Borscht Corp from time to time) have crafted a Floridian Alien caper that is as much an exercise in formalism as it is a genre-bending style piece.
That scamp Tyler is back, messing with us again. And adopting a Caucasian look, as A$AP Rocky picks up the scalpel to practice some reconstructive surgery.
The return of Kodaline also heralds the return of Stevie Russell, their regular music video collaborator, with a tale that might just be his most heart-rending work yet.
It starts in the darkest circumstances, at the funeral of a child. The focus is on another child, the younger brother of the recently deceased, who at first seems oblivious to the enormity of the situation.
Finally, closure is upon us! Over two months since part one was released, we're finally treated to the final installment of Eoin Glaister's trilogy for All We Are.