Nick Middleton puts the viewer in a rather strange predicament in his clip for Dutch Uncles.
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Jade Mortimer's clip for Ride is a mysterious run into the great black void.
Dave Grohl assumes directing duties for Foo Fighters' new fist-pumping stadium anthem Run. And Dave doesn't miss the opportunity to let the band raid the makeup box once again, with a characteristically comedic and no-holds-barred effort, with perhaps an underlying message: old folks want to rock too.
WIZ teams up yet again with Kasabian for a jailhouse rock of sorts.
A boy left home alone deals with the freedom and the loneliness in a wholly feasible way in Stroma Cairns's video for Sundara Karma's Happy Family.
In an excellent performance from young Luca Lamche - it's just him all the way through - it leads to an outpouring of emotion that culminates in him donning one of his mother's dresses, as a way of dealing with her continuing absence.
It's not quite Beatlemania, but it's a close second. Jun Bung Lee's video for The Bay Rays apes the famous talk show performances of the 1960s.
A chance encounter with director Andrew Baird led to Irish trio Ash commissioning this cinematic short film featuring three tracks from the band's new album. This itself begins with a chance encounter before developing into an intense, impressionistic drama about a tumultuous relationship touched by tragedy.
Love blooms on a fine afternoon in Bergen between a dog and a duck, sweetly yet fleetingly, in Carlín Díaz's delightful video for the awesomely-named Kakkmaddafakka - who are based in Bergen.