Bruno Mars keeps it simple but utterly captivating for the video for That’s What I Like, directed by Jonathan Lia and Mars: he commands the screen from start to finish, with some hand-drawn animations relating to the lyrics adding the only flourishes to the natural Mars charisma and fancy footwork.
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Danish band Off Bloom dance with the locals in Morocco for their new video Falcon Eye, directed by Nadia Marquard Otzen.
Dan Massie's live session with Ed Sheeran is a stripped back and simple living room performance.
Sometimes its hard to get past the cheeky all-conquering chap that he presents in the videos directed by Vaughan Arnell, but Robbie Williams projects a quite different personality in the video for Mixed Signals - which also marks Nice & Polite's CEO Ross Anderson's directing debut.
In amongst the grinding monotony of public transport, have you ever seen somebody so perfect in your eyes that you've fallen in love on the spot? Then James Slater's video for The Him will be for you.
Sultry Dua Lipa delivers a captivating performance video for new single Thinking 'Bout You directed by Jake Jelicich.
Isolating Dua in a surreal split-screen bed setting – a nod to Darren Aronofsky’s Requiem For A Dream – Jelicich matches slow moving top shots of the singer with macro details creating a intimate and sensual experience.
Rhys Lewis walks through city streets and sings Living In The City, a meditation on urban living in this visual by MVA award-winner Rafe Jennings - now just known as Rafe.
Arnaud Deroudilhe's video for Busy P is a dual-layered conceptual sleepwalk through the Kiev streets.
Masterfully matching scenes from two separate scenarios, Deroudilhe flips between the glistening, electric, hyper-saturated dreamworld of the club inside our protagonist's mind, and the reality of what she's interacting with on the streets.