The central character of the video for South East England fourpiece Kid Kapichi's Waster is a real piece of work. And all his bad behaviour in this punchy directing debut by James Green builds to a dark payoff.
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Daniel Henry explores the very strange, and heavily hallucinatory phenomenon of computer 'deep dreaming', in this video for Foster The People.
LAMAR + NIK are dab-hands at making visually inventive stuff in the most labour intensive ways, so it's not really surprising their new video for The Shins is another fabulous feat of perseverence. In fact they have revisited an idea of printing out a filmed performance (they did it before with Sam Crain) but now pushed it much further.
Dutch photographer and filmmaker Femke Huurdeman, recently signed to CANADA, introduces English band Flyte with a beautifully composed, delicately surreal video for their gorgeous and painfully sad Cathy Come Home, shot at the Olympic Velodrome and nearby Parc del Laberint d'Horta in Barcelona.
Everything Everything have created a performance video with a strong visual twist, working with DoP and longtime collaborator Dave Tree.
Glass Animals' lead singer Dave Bayley says that Agnes, from the Mercury-nominated How To Be A Human Being, is "the most honest and personal story I have ever written." It is also heartbreaking, and Eoin Glaister puts Bayley through an experience to physically replicate its gravity.
An inspiring journey through the memories that give us confidence and carry us through the mundane. James Heaphy's dreamy clip for Alice Jemima is a wonderful study in mood and memory.
Thomas James's second video for Nothing But Thieves sees band frontman Conor Mason in a state of reflection, whilst nothing less than the end of days unfolds around him.