Kris Merc's video for American singer Craig Finn's song God In Chicago is a beautifully directed and incredibly bittersweet proposition, visualising two friends' escapade from the suburbs to the big city in the wake of a family tragedy.
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Brian Petchers's music video for Dylan Owen spoken word track There's More To Life captures a series of scenes from childhood, providing a backdrop of emotional visuals to illustrate the emotional journey of one's departure from youth, the main theme explored in Dylan Owen's EP, There's More To Life.
Produced in conjunction with Adidas Orginals, Rohan Blair-Mangat's engrossing short film to accompany Wretch 32's When I See You, I See Me, charts the MC's life from a North London estate to rap superstar.
The film examines the trials of modern day celebrity, documenting the drive and persistence it takes to reach the top, echoing Wretch's own story.
Commissioned by Ailsa Robertson for Island Records, Abbie Stephens delivers her third promo for Creature Of London.
Working on a tight schedule and a challenging budget, Abbie's video of contrast, unexpected choreography and intense colour, documents George The Poet's themes of empowerment and individuality in his track 1 2, 1 2.