Two Penny Blue's Lament is about coming to terms with Death, a theme interpreted by Dan Hawkins as a disconnected relationship between singer Tommy Gathers and a young woman who is a mysterious and seductive presence throughout the video.
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Aella Jordan-Edge takes to the London nightclub scene to film Matoma’s Lonely’ ft. MAX. With an “imaginary friend” concept at its core, this video was inspired by Aella’s love for the classic film Harvey.
Oliver Jennings and Nines reunite for I See You Shining - a line lifted from cult flick Paid In Full, and a bold declaration of appreciation that inspired this hugely entertaining video.
JGrrey sways between a carefree, childlike mindset and the realisation that adulthood is growing upon her in Anna Radchenko charming video for Growing.
Imagery reminiscent of youth and symbolisms of growth are depicted throughout the video, beautifully transitioning between both as the JGrrey sings nostalgic lyrics of a coming-of-age tale.
Hardy Caprio parties with his friends, and some scantily-clad girls, in this video for the much-anticipated track Rapper by Wowa.
And the video also features a winning performance by young British comedian YomsTV as the coach driver who cannot get past the door of Hardy's happening party, but ends up having plenty of fun back at the bus.
Papaya Films's director Milo Blake teams up with North London artist Tahir for the release of his new single Get Mine/Golden Ticket, creating entrancing, surreal and slightly disconcerting visuals. The video fuses an urban abandoned location, surrealist fairy tale lighting and contemporary, emotional choreography for Get Mine.
Luke Biggins continues his transition from DoP to director by capturing the sultry, laidback dancehall mood of the latest WSTRN track, with this studio shoot.
The video, featuring performances from Tiwa Savage and Mr Eazi, rocks a moon-over-water theme, nicely shot by Paul Mackay.