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Mat Whitecross directs an abstract performance for Take That.
Featuring a mass of projections illuminating a dark space, the band perform in front of a gathering of screens, sometimes blending into the visuals and sometimes contrasting them. The end result is an incredibly striking aesthetic work, with lens flares aplenty.
Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy deliver this cool and edgy performance piece for Fuck Fake Friends, directed by Emil Nava.
Shot in Amsterdam, the video sees the pair making their way around a deserted location– shot on '2perf' 35mm film by DoP Patrick Meller to add visual richness to Nava's stylised piece.
Lily Rose Thomas depicts London synthpop trio Sälen as suburbanites with a taste for Eighties glitz - but telltale signs of blood-smeared fingers hint at their grisly secret.
It's a macabre twist that suits the hard-as-flint message of their track Heartbreak Diet.
Warren Fu goes full blockbuster in this awesome retro sci-fi video for The Weeknd's I Feel It Coming - featuring Daft Punk.
Dan Emmerson collaborates with Actress in the high-fashion dystopian video for X22RME.
The clip follows a figure in a welder's mask as he wanders through a brutalist world of minimalism, sculpture, football pitches and models on pedestals. The finished piece is a haunting exercise in style and communication.
Blink MD James Studholme's sideline as leader of shambly folk-bluegrass outfit Police Dog Hogan has led to notable videos by Blink and Colonel Blimp directors - but surely none better than this one by Fred Rowson.
Basak Erol takes us on a ride with Anne-Marie and her friends as they journey through a colourful Moroccan community.
That journey, and their performances, are set across vibrant landscapes and unique architecture, where the contemporary meets the ornate with bursts of colour and a bit of magic.