Anders Malmberg takes a daring approach to shooting a group of talented gymnasts - painting their faces, shooting them in near-darkness in a municipal-like gym – and extracts exquisite imagery as a result, in his new video for Belgian band Warhola.
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Sophie Muller achieves appropriate scale to visualise London Grammar's Big Picture, capturing the band's performance of the second single from their upcoming new album against a magnificent big night sky.
Here's another great little video for North London indie group Girl Ray.
It's a pared-down, split-screen, black and white clip that sees bandmates playing the dreamy tune Where Am I Now under rays of sun, with nicely composed interplay between their a performance and a more introspective vision where their faces are reflected in mirrors.
London indie-pop group Girl Ray go for a game of rounders at their local stamping ground in this delightful video for their track Trouble by Alex Cantouris. And we're left utterly charmed.
Sometimes you have to face your demons, and sometimes, you have to literally face a demon. The latter appears to be the case in Daniel Brown's video for Big Wild.
In a dimly-lit, waterlogged and neglected tennis court at some time in the not-too-distant future, we watch a young woman face off in a vital battle against a creature with glowing eyes that lurks in the shadows.
It's a very long time since Madness started mucking around in their music videos. And they are still doing it, as this proves - with just as much dressing up, but none of the flying around on wires.
Capital Cities and Remy Cayuela disrupt the streets of LA with the language of dance.
Glasgow pop trio Twin Pines are sent on a tongue-in-cheek trip back to the '80s without leaving the studio, in Scott Altman's video for Young Heart.