Taking inspiration from the title of the track and the concept of the new Public Service Broadcasting album, They Gave Me A Lamp reflects on the history of coal mining communities in the UK.
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Dave Bullivant, aka Bison, makes a haunting and peculiar greyscale video for Stevie Parker.
Jade Mortimer's clip for Ride is a mysterious run into the great black void.
Dizzee Rascal is back and in Ben Drury's mesmeric performance video for Space, he's rendered in outline, like a moving constellation in the night sky.
It's a well-crafted visual, but not too FX-heavy to distract the viewer from the powerful lyrical flow of the track taken from Dizzee's upcoming album Raskit.
Tash Tung visualises the danger of falling for somebody who doesn’t have trustworthy intentions in an unnerving landscape for Katiya Falcone's doomladen Lust is a Ride Through Hell.
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Vicky Lawton helms a video for Charlotte OC that doubles as a drama class. Shot in a large warehouse space, words appear on the floor, on cards and elsewhere - Sweet, Anger, Strong, Weak, Powerless, Passionate - prompting Charlotte to assume different emotions during her performance of Shell.
WIZ teams up yet again with Kasabian for a jailhouse rock of sorts.