Eoin Glaister can't get enough of trilogies this year. After a story told over three parts for Aquilo, he's now directed another one for All We Are.
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Benn Veasey examines the predetermined life in this dystopian clip for Ivy Nations.
Flexin sees Rejjie Snow return to his hometown of Dublin in Jamie Delaney's unflinchingly sinister joyride.
Zayn throws a properly wild house party in the very stylish video for Still Got Time, directed by Calmatic.
Further distancing himself from the squeaky-clean boy band days of yore, Zayn gives over a Gatsby-like vibe of disinterestness as the world's coolest kids descent on his place and fill it with smoke.
New York singer-songwriter Amber Mark unveils her debut music video for Lose My Cool, a revealing and intriguing slice-of-life directed by Courtney Phillips that employs different formats to frame Amber in the here and now, and also in the past, through the lens of an unseen lover.
A dance routine takes centre stage in Frank Gatson Jr.'s video for Kelly Rowland.
When hanging out with your friends is much more rewarding than being with stinky boys...
Charlotte Rutherford pink-hued, neon-glowed video focusses on each of girlband The Aces's sad relationships with the opposite sex, in an enjoyably tongue-in-cheek affair for Physical.
In the pantheon of great British commercials, there are plenty of ads that are brilliant exactly because they are beautifully imaginative, well-crafted visuals applied to a fantastic piece of music. The whole of the Levi's campaign that started with the 'Laundrette' ad in the 80s worked on that premise. That doesn't seem to happen so much now.