Brook LInder has directed the adorablest, cutest music video in the world ever for Beck. No, really.
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First Aid Kit fulfill a long-held fantasy in their latest video. They get to go to the prom.
For Fireworks, Mats Udd follows up his Sliding Doors-inspired video for It's A Shame by dropping Klara and Johanna Söderberg at an Eighties-style high school prom, then adds a distinctly supernatural element.
A lone figure steps within a ring of youths. As she suddenly breaks into dance, she triggers a fight between those surrounding her. She is unfazed however, as if she is controlling this manic scrambling through her slow but steady movements. As a result, she remains the last one standing amidst the scattered bodies, which are framed in a beautiful overhead shot.
The Wombats return with a cracking tune in Lemon To A Knife Fight and a superb, high-octane video by Finn Keenan that keeps on delivering, and defying expectations, until the last moment.
And lead singer Matthew Murphy's tennis ball plays a crucial role in the outcome of the story...
Roger Guàrdia has a way with a band performance. He's proved it on several occasions in the past, and once again here with Zephyr Bones, one of Spain's most promising young bands.
It's a relaxed, almost dreamlike piece, blending distorted slo-mo visuals and trippy visual effects, that enable the viewer to sink into the enjoyably jangly sound of Telephone.
It's almost here, and Pale Waves' Heather Baron-Gracie wants to talk about it, in Stephen Agnew's atmospheric, gothy and '80s-tinged video for New Year's Eve.
London band Island pitch up in the world's weirdest diner in Claes Nordwall's video for The Day I Die.
It's an allegory on the seductive power and dangers of virtual reality. But looking at the very odd dishes created by the distracted chef may still leave you feeling as hungry as the band.
James Arden and Andy Little's video for Bradford fivepiece Fling has lead singer Charles as a young milkman on his round, invited indoors by a negligee-wearing older lady, for some 70s British sex comedy how's-your-father.