Dave Meyers' latest is an enjoyable fluffy fantasy for Kelly Clarkson. And like his recent blockbusters for Kendrick Lamar and Katy Perry, it's a VFX-enhanced experience, courtesy of the creatives at LA-based visual effects outfit Timber.
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Two young girls pack their bags and head off on an adventure, in Mark Staubach's new video for Beth Ditto.
As he explains below, he was inspired by Beth talking about her best friend growing up and their experiences, to tell his story of two girls who have their reasons for escaping - at least for a while.
Tom Beard frames Jessie Ware as a figure of mystery and passion in his evocative video for Midnight.
The first of a series of videos directed by Beard for Jessie Ware's new album, this makes excellent use of the Belearic locations, with fine work by DoP Tim Sidell and editor Nikki Porter. And clearly Jessie enjoyed shooting it.
Louis Bhose has captured the live version of Jack Steadman aka Mr Jukes's sample-based project God First as the ten strong band assembled to replicate the album onstage recorded a live album at the Church Studios in Crouch End, London.
Max Langlands presents a tour through the dark, rain-lashed streets of northern industrial England for Gotts Street Park.
Shot in Leeds, it's an unusual approach for a soul track, but intercut with band performance, it adds a meditative quality that works for Gotts Street Park's song about lost love.
Nadia Lee Cohen's video for Elli Ingram takes your typical British greasy spoon and gives it a twist.
The second video for Kwaye by Billy Boyd Cape reinforces the sense that we're looking at a very exciting new talent - both an authentic new soul performer and great dancer.