Nothing But Thieves and Thomas James pull all the stops out for Amsterdam, the first single from the Southend rockers' second album Broken Machine.
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Aitor Throup and Sing J Lee have co-directed a wacky, masterfully executed live video for Kasabian's Are You Looking For Action?, harnessing the energy of live performance in a clip that was shot in Bethnal Green Working Men's Club in one continuous take on May 9th, and streamed live as it was shot on Facebook.
Phoenix are back and doing the European chat show circuit in Warren Fu and Omer Ganai's shining, analogue performance clip.
Daniel Broadley's video for Tom Chaplin is a nostalgic and transformative performance clip.
Ned Botwood subverts the idea of a dangerous walk home at night in this subtle but jubilant statement piece for Paint.
Holly Blakey suspends Mabel 20 feet off the floor in the intimate performance video for Bedroom.
Mabel, complete with all-girl entourage, performs on a giant bed suspended high above a studio floor whilst being soaked in a purple-blue light. The dance clip is both intimate and surreal, with an awesome mix of light design, costume and choreography bringing the mid-air bedroom to life.
James Larese directs a stunning digital portrait for Bishop Briggs.
Draped in gold, the luxurious performance clip is deceptively minimalist at first, but the clip morphs into an awesome piece of animated art - using Bishop Briggs' face as the canvas, but duplicating and splitting it open in ornate and strangely beautiful ways.