Courtney Barnett introduces her new solo record (quite quickly after the release of her team-up with Kurt Vile on the excellent Lotta Sea Lice LP) with Nameless, Faceless and a kooky melange of cut-out fun from Berlin-based animator-director Lucy Dyson.
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Chris Parton explores the inner turmoil of a young man disconnected from the wider world, who develops an infatuation with a mysterious girl who suddenly comes into his life, in his video for Matt Wills.
But is she real or a figment of his overactive imagination? Ultimately the realism lies the way things don't turn out the way he would want them to.
In Benn Veasey's video for Mirror Signal the camera pans across a tower block at night until the somewhat chilling VFX appear.
Then the action shifts to the street below - a woman walks under the lights, and starts to extend herself into a msermeric dance - captured by the steadicam of Doug Walshe - Benn Veasey's brother.
Nick Bartleet sets up a gripping scenario right from the start of his video for Dan Owen. A couple are on the run in wild English countryside, being tracked down by two men in a 4x4, and about to be caught, in scenes reminiscent of Daniel Wolfe's debut feature Catch Me Daddy.
What happens when superheroes get old?
This video for French-Israeli singer-songwriter Yael Haim’s Coward is directed by Paul Van Haver – otherwise known as Stromae, the Belgian pop star making his directing debut – together with Luc Junior Tam and Martin Scali. It actually came out late last year, but we missed our radar then. More fool us – it's an absolute gem.
Joe Fox takes a gritty trip around the stranger side of London in his latest video courtesy of Oliver Jennings.
What's The Word sees bikers, dancers, performers and the curious characters of London take centre stage in a series of candid video portraits. The combination of these short vignettes creating a larger picture of London's many interesting faces.
The return of Kodaline also heralds the return of Stevie Russell, their regular music video collaborator, with a tale that might just be his most heart-rending work yet.
It starts in the darkest circumstances, at the funeral of a child. The focus is on another child, the younger brother of the recently deceased, who at first seems oblivious to the enormity of the situation.