Ichon takes a dreamy ride in the Swiss Alps in Pierre Saba-Aris' video for Si L'on Ride.
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Chic & Artistic's video for Dan Black sees the singer have a paranormal night with a mysterious floating orb for the track Headphones.
Awesome piledriving visuals for Grammy-nominated French heavy metal outfit Gojira - with performance footage shot on a thermal camera - by Drew Cox, who directed, shot and edited the piece over a few days during the band's recent UK tour. The intensity, and broad variety of imagery, reflects both his and the band's state having suffered deep personal loss.
French duo The Blaze - that's Jonathan Alric and Guillaume Alric – direct a layered and cinematic homecoming for their song Territory, the follow-up to the MVA-award winning video for Virile.
Arnaud Deroudilhe's video for Busy P is a dual-layered conceptual sleepwalk through the Kiev streets.
Masterfully matching scenes from two separate scenarios, Deroudilhe flips between the glistening, electric, hyper-saturated dreamworld of the club inside our protagonist's mind, and the reality of what she's interacting with on the streets.
Julien Lassort's video for Ásgeir is a complex, brooding science fiction piece on the interconnectivity of humans, in a future where individuals leap between each other's personal VR experiences.
INKK's video for AM Sniper is a wonderful meditation on cultural traditions in a modern world.
Teddy Delcroix's video for Jazir is an exercise in creating a perfect symbiosis between a dancer and their environment.
As the dancer wakes up, both his body and the surrounding décor gets animated, challenging the idea of human supremacy triumphing over nature.