Now this is what we like to see. Scott Cudmore creates an intense, joyous, and eccentric video for Leslie Feist that feels like a return to the form of the singer's videos of a decade or so ago. With added Jarvis Cocker.
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Unabashed romanticism, Los Angeles at its most cinematic, and Millie Bobby Brown. The new The xx video - Alasdair McLellan's third for a track the band's third album - is something to behold.
Things get a touch conspiratorial in Mayer/Leyva's bizarre new video for Arcade Fire.
Mayer/Leyva (who also operate under the name Borscht Corp from time to time) have crafted a Floridian Alien caper that is as much an exercise in formalism as it is a genre-bending style piece.
Peter and Nick Simonite's video for Whitney's cover of You've Got A Woman is a story of a tangled love affair set in the American West.
Bryan Schlam's new promo for Dan Auerbach is a brilliant summertime throwback, soaked in 70s Americana.
It's the classic summer trope - a group of guys, thick as thieves on their last summer before moving away to college. Of course, they pledge that it's gonna be the Best Summer Ever!
Jeremy S. Collins' video for Small Black gets you lost in a pretend world of sound within a pretend world of visuals.
Songs from The Shins' new album Heartworms have been 'flipped' - in other words, given alternate treatments to the ones found on the album. And Zaiba Jabbar has made the video for the flipped version of lead-off single Name For You with Trace Lysette, charismatic transgender star of Amazon's award-winning series Transparent.
A band performance in a dark space blends with a visceral display of contemporary dance in the video for VENN's intense Real Blood.
Directed by Emma Gibney, with movement by Eleesha Young-Drennan and Mathieu Geffre, the track is from the London band's debut album Runes, coming out on Full TIme Hobby on March 3rd.