Bruno Major and all his belongings undergo a forensic examination worthy of CSI: Miami (or any of the CSIs for that matter) in this cute and sad video for Just The Same, by Louis Bhose.
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Watsky goes on a journey around his raging sexual libido, by microscopic hang-glider. And with the motormouth rapper surveying a mountain range of bodies, with pornstar Reily Reid as his Everest, Nick Roney's video for Going Down is frank, funny and very graphic indeed.
Abbie Stephens turns up the temperature on Off Bloom with this steamy, richly colourful video for Lover Like Me.
Raw sexuality radiates from singer Mette, her presence intensified through her mirror image, and dancers who are obscured by walls of glass, or pushing through fabric into the path of the band.
Chris Parton explores the inner turmoil of a young man disconnected from the wider world, who develops an infatuation with a mysterious girl who suddenly comes into his life, in his video for Matt Wills.
But is she real or a figment of his overactive imagination? Ultimately the realism lies the way things don't turn out the way he would want them to.
BAFIC’s video for Ebenezer's Ask Around demonstrates his eye for capturing a performer’s energy. It's shot mostly from the passengers POV of Ebenezer’s car, and the video takes you, through a series of seamless fast cuts and inventive camera work, on a turned up joy ride around North London.
Molly Gale and Jancarlo Beck - aka directing duo Sleepy Puppies - have created a riveting dramatic vignette for Aquilo, shot at Joshua Tree, California, and achieved in a single take.
A brilliant, kinetic performance video by Kit Monteith for Everything Everything's finest song, Night Of The Long Knives.
Shot in Low Four Studios in Manchester, Monteith has turned a simple and intimate studio performance into a frenzy of pent-up energy with a breathtaking use of digital camera imagery - from the pristine to the super-gnarly.
RUFFMERCY sprinkles his own brand of stardust over Alex Ebert's meanderings in his hometurf for a very enjoyable collaboration to accompany Broken Record, the new release by Ebert (aka Alexander, aka Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros). The result is surely one of the few videos created in both Bristol and New Orleans.
From alt-J's striking original idea, Isaiah Seret has crafted an experimental epic for their song Pleader that draws on different artforms and ultimately has nearly spawned a new one. This is a music video that could also described as a short dramatic musical.