In his new video for Kormac, William Armstrong creates a narrative piece depicting the experience of young man stuck between carefree adolesence and the responsibility of adulthood.
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Sophia Ray takes Chelcee Grimes's uptempo take on a typical heartbreak song, and gives it a party-filled, let your hair down vibe. Exactly what a post-heartbreak night out should be, in fact.
Jessy Moussallem has written and directed a new film for songs from electronic artist Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons' new album Heart Of Sky, which opens up a little-known world - the farming communities that cultivate and harvest Lebanese Red hashish in the Bekaa valley, between the mountains of eastern Lebanon - and plays in the spaces between documentary and fiction.
Alex Takács aka Young Replicant's first video for Leon Vynehall captures a well-documented period, the American 1950s, around the lives of two waitresses at a New York diner, and makes it fresh
Gemma Yin Taylor brings her mixed media animation approach to Django Django with very pleasing results.
She takes DD's frontman Vincent Neff into a dimension bubbling with sea life, using a combination of pixellated live action of neff, cutouts and her own line drawings and other illustrations. A stop motion with a light post-Warholian aesthetic.
Jacob Anderson (aka Raleigh Ritchie) has directed the video for his own returning single Time In A Tree, with an engaging concept for this soulful ballad - a reflection on his life, during one trip in a lift.
Three individuals in three separate places come under the influence of unseen forces in Charlie James Reader's video for 11.
It leads them to act in ways that suggests that the toll of everyday life is too much - a metaphorical expression of the stresses and stresses that come with modern urban living.
As Welles ponders his calling as a die-hard rock n roller in Rock N Roll, BASA brings us the video, which happens to be one of the coolest cartoons for a while.