Ivana Bobic's latest video for Sigrid is an ode to friendship in a Spielberg world.
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Andrew Donoho helms this dark sci-fi action thriller for Plan B's hugely powerful Guess Again. It's a furiously paced story which, at its heart, delivers an ominous warning about the future of technology.
Ben Drew aka Plan B was deeply involved in the making of the video, as the writer, directing 2nd unit and co-editing the work with Chris Dart and Donoho.
Jeremi Durand's powerful video for French rapper Keny Arkana imagines a near-future society at breaking point.
Referencing the sentiment of wilful blinkeredness when the world around you is going to hell – as expressed in Paul Misraki’s 1935 song from which it takes its title - Arkana's Madame la Marquise calls out modern society’s indifference to the destructive path we’re on.
Rafe brings a retro English sci-fi vibe to his video for indie-pop outfit OUTLYA.
In the video for White Light, a group of young people are separately affected by the transmissions by the band, recording from a remote and mysterious building. Intense zooms, subliminal editing, and glitches build that sense of edgy mystery to proceedings.
While Alex Turner is back in harness with the Arctic Monkeys, his old Last Shadow Puppets pal Miles Kane also returns in his role as a solo performer.
With Years & Years' concept-led second album Palo Santo on the way, the second video by Fred Rowson is the next episode in the story of Y&Y's Olly Alexander as a captive human performer in a world dominated by androids.
A woman dances like there's no tomorrow in Tom Ringsby's video for Paul White's Set The Tone.
It's clear that her agitated movement is not necessarily corresponding to the track, with its haunting vocals by Denai Moore, but more like a form of therapy. Consequently we're drawn into wanting to know more about this apparently troubled character.
Much-loved alt-folk-pop outfit Tunng are back, a new album on the way, and a lovely animated video by the Polish animation team Kijek/Adamski for the first single, ABOP.