Carl Earl-Ocran directs a fun, candid performance clip for Nina Schofield.
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Tim Mattia's clip for Hurts' Beautiful Ones is a powerful, heartbreaking story played in reverse.
A dance routine takes centre stage in Frank Gatson Jr.'s video for Kelly Rowland.
Emil Nava keeps up his track record of delivering slick, visually rich pop performance videos with an edge.
This clip for Jennifer Hudson is awash with electric blue light that drenches the vast, dilapidated space that Hudson performs in. Cutting between this sparse, striking visual and footage of Hudson making her way through a crowded rave is a great contrast.
Sam E. H. Hooper's directorial debut for Le Galaxie is a very cool piece of minimalist sci-fi.
Occupying an ominous black room, two protagonists wired into various machinery unplug themselves in order to connect with one another, and as they do the almost monochromatic space in which they occupy becomes considerably more colourful.
Silent Tapes summon a woodland performance video for Paradisia.
A crowd of women, in identical garments, wander in formation through an eerie, sun-soaked woodland. As more women join the crowd, a fog descends, turns red and begins to envelop them until they're completely swallowed up by the forest. A simple, sinister piece of folk imagery.
John Mayer and Mister Whitmore get all 'Aesthetic with a capital A' in this colourful, playful clip.
After a quiet spell Sing J Lee steps up to the mark again in music videos with a real statement for Halsey. And it's just for starters.
The video for Now Or Never is a blockbuster - a big, cinematic fantasy action thriller with blue-haired Halsey falling for a rival gang member during a turf war of heavily armed kids in a dangerous near-future LA.