If you could go on a date with anyone living or dead, who would it be? Alt-J made their picks and that became the basis of Young Replicant's science fiction dance film.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned in Ruby Brown's blood red promo for Wølffe.
Belgian directing duo Norman Bates make a return to music videos with this searing tale of love, compassion, and obsession for London-based Domino Gold.
Now this is what we like to see. Scott Cudmore creates an intense, joyous, and eccentric video for Leslie Feist that feels like a return to the form of the singer's videos of a decade or so ago. With added Jarvis Cocker.
Crowns & Owls, in their first music video for ages, have returned with an unsettling curiosity for Hercules & Love Affair's Omnion.
A lone robed figure repeatedly walks up a staircase, on a pilgrimage in which she encounters different scenarios involving other pilgrims - and then finally passes through a watery barrier to be entirely transformed.
That Go get everyone down the local in their candid new clip for Rag'n'Bone Man.
Gathering his friends and family in his favourite Brighton pub, Rag'n'Bone Man spends the day bonding, reminiscing and generally partying with those closest to him. Bringing That Go along to document the whole thing makes for an intimate and genuine feel-good performance.
Taz Tron Delix brings his unique visual approach to Cartae's Long Time, and is bang on target again.
Jay-Z's huge mea culpa 4:44 is now accompanied by a remarkable film by TNEG that takes on the weightiest of issues, and challenges the boundaries of what a music video can be.