Simo Liukka's video for the Finnish/Dutch duo F.U.N.C.'s Nectar is beautifully-crafted, highly atmospheric, and very gooey.
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Dave Grohl assumes directing duties for Foo Fighters' new fist-pumping stadium anthem Run. And Dave doesn't miss the opportunity to let the band raid the makeup box once again, with a characteristically comedic and no-holds-barred effort, with perhaps an underlying message: old folks want to rock too.
Corey Adams' new promo for Death From Above 1979 is a bizarre tale of ignorance through material excess.
Josh Lipworth has fashioned a striking and poignant accompaniment to Hervé's Last Lovers, combining different photographic techniques to express a psychological journey of a young blind man.
A teenage boy lives his most hedonistic life in Ill Studio's video for Soulwax.
Getting into trouble is part of what makes adolescence so damn fun, but when you look back with the clarity of time you never quite seem as edgy as you thought you were. (One look at your Facebook posts from four years ago should be an unwelcome reminder of this).
A young teenage couple shares an awkward, intimate moment the morning before one of them leaves for university in Matthew Sterling's clip for The Moth Club.
Director of the tremendous Channel 4 series Flowers, Will Sharpe turns his hand to music videos with a piece of delightfully dark DIY puppetry for Arthur In Colour, the band he plays in with his brother Arthur Sharpe. Will's brother (and composer of music for Flowers) Arthur Sharpe.
Elton John's classic 1972 track finally has an official music video. Majid Adin and Stephen McNally bring you a film of urgent humanity and personal longing. It draws on Majid’s personal experience as a refugee after fleeing his native Iran, travelling across Europe, spending time in the infamous Calais jungle and successfully securing asylum here in the UK.