Pavel Brenner directs a gripping tale of revenge for Split, Brodinski's latest collaboration with Peewee Longway, with echoes of Drive and Baby Driver.
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Stroma Cairns video for Drones Club, builds charmingly around a simple premise. Using her younger siblings, friends and neighbours, Cairns creates an uplifting family vibe and a video that embodies that priceless feeling of kicking back during a hot British summer.
The video for MJ Cole & Kojey Radical's Soak It Up, directed by Filmawi, is based on the idea of something supernatural happening in the context of a tragic occurance in everyday life, and turning it into something soulful and beautiful.
Love in various forms blossoms in the Miami sunshine in Austin Peters' video for Dillon Francis and featured artist De La Ghetto's Never Let You Go - the opening track of Francis's new Spanish-language, reggaeton-flavoured album Wut Wut.
Jordan Rossi, director and important voice in the LGBTQ community, has teamed up with returning electro-house duo Blonde for uplifting piano house banger Me, Myself & I, with a video that focusses on the power of the individual.
Charlie Sarsfield directs this slick performance video for British-German pop duo M-22 - featuring Danish dance/pop artist Medina – playing with light in the studio to deliver suitably epic feel for EDM banger First Time.
New Black Dog Films signings Ruby and Boya have produced, directed, and edited an array of innovative multi-platform content, including music videos for Saskilla and the Guardian’s ones to watch, Cold Callers. Now they bring their atmospheric and immersive style to bear on Moss Kena's collaboration with R&B outfit THEY and rapper Rhapsody.
Simon Cahn brings us the gripping story of a young man, heartbroken at the loss of his pet cat and desperate to find a new furry friend. And then he finds the perfect, amazing replacement: a ferret that can sing.