Alberto Marchiori has directed a soul-soothing video for London-born, Brazil-based singer Jesuton, which takes the viewer on a mysterious journey with the artist and her young alter-ego.
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London Grammar and Bison brought a showstopper to the table over the seasonal break with Rooting For You.
Patrick Blades' Crystal Fighters video is a bike ride through a quiet world where everyone's temporarily checked out.
Beginning on quiet residential streets, there's no indication that there's anything amiss in this quiet bike ride until you notice the errant foot sticking out from behind a wall, and that's when things start to turn a little dystopian.
Jovan teams up with SOHN for an intense, artful look at the circles of life for Hard Liquor.
Kicking off the New Year with a badass statement of intent, this is a black and white, high contrast look at the shapes that surround and trap us, sometimes without even realising, represented here in various ways from the introspective to the intergalactic.
Fresh from chart-topping with Sia on Cheap Thrills, reggae stalwart Sean Paul teams with the super-hot Dua Lipa on No Lie, and turns to Tim Nackashi to direct the video that features a creative use of mirrors in several West London high rises.
Sometimes its hard to tell what's real and what's reflected, but don't let that spoil your enjoyment of this soon-to-be-huge party banger.
The Weeknd and BRTHR go all video-nasty in this neon-drenched clip for Party Monster.
Raleigh Ritchie self-directs this multi-faceted performance video.
Shot in a 4:3 aspect ratio, to really box in the subject, Ritchie takes a walk through the woods and performs to camera, however it's not quite that simple - as he journeys we see different versions of himself fade and morph into the foreground, echoing the lyrical content of the track.
Wild Front and Jake Hargreaves deliver an ice-cold performance video for Tumble Party.
Mixing recording formats and featuring some throwback roller-disco aesthetic charm, the video is part performance, part symbolism. It has to be said, there's something about watching a woman rollerskate around a 120kg block of ice that makes you ponder the infinite.