Luc Janin returns to music videos with an involving story of love and skating, for the unmistakeable Ash – featuring a very special skater.
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Do you miss the days when the BBC had that test card with a spooky girl and her weird clown friend?
Director and VFX whizz Christopher M. Anthony takes the analogue natives down Memory Lane by Frankensteining the spooky girl with $au$age$' lead singer Andy in a way that puts Snapchat to shame. And then he brings that clown doll to life too.
Three scientists trapped in a dull, monochrome world slave over experiment after experiment to try and discover the one thing they can’t even imagine - colour – in Theo Gee's entertaining video for The Fratellis.
Oscar Sansom and Ciaran Lyons, directing colleagues at The Forest Of Black, have collaborated for the first time as a directing team on this lovely video for Belle & Sebastian's Poor Boy.
They take us to a classic Glasgow tenement, where a young lad takes a voyeuristic interest in the strange behaviour of his neighbours (including several members of B&S).
A colourful array of lighting, props, and varying frames each contribute to a nostalgic aesthetic of young love, as interpreted by Jake Hargreaves in his video for Drusila.
Hargreaves filmed the band's lead singer George in his flat, and explains that he " "tried to capture the inevitability of lost young love, with a focus on composition and framing as a narrative tool."
Somewhere in the TV ether, there's a band called The Ratz, consisting of Wagner from X-Factor, The Wealdstone Raider and Ewen Macintosh, performing on a low-rent foreign cable music channel called 'Helipopje'. And the song their doing is Ratton.