Enter Shikari, the first band on the moon. And what a good plan that is - until the set starts to fall apart at the seams, and we see the directors and PR team desperately attempt to keep things going with a band clearly not that comfortable performing in spacesuits.
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Ali Kurr's video for Poppy Ajudha - nominated for the Best Dance Video Newcomer award at this year's UKMVAs - swings from Poppy's urban girl-gang bathed in red light at night to a coastal landscape in black and white, and an unconventional dance performance.
Youthclub are back with this video for Suspect, who seems like a charming fellow.
Thor Brenne returns to music videos with an offbeat performance piece for Nordic artist Sondre Justad.
It's a pop performance in a resolutely normal setting -the artist's hometown. Things are pretty quiet around there - even at the after-hours pool party. Justad is just the man to inject some excitement.
After his directing debut for Question TIme, Nathan James Tettey is back with the supercool Dave, for the far less political No Words, featuring Mostack.
David Wilson returns to music vids with the new Chromeo video, and heading for the orange groves of verdant California, in the process makes probably the best ad in the world ever for freshly squeezed OJ.
This is the first of three tracks captured at an intimate live session with Niall Horan ahead of the release of his debut solo album, shot at Cato Studios, London.
Director Jack Lightfoot says: "Those who know me know I typically like my music like I don't like my shopping bags - heavy. But I enjoy working with all genres, and genuinely loved this session and the tracks we recorded".