Craig Moore gets a little Mad Max in this slick dance clip for Shy FX.
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The video for Harry Styles's solo debut follows the tried and tested route of boyband heartthrobs going it alone, as patented by Vaughan Arnell's promo for Robbie Williams' Angels, and then gives it its own special twist.
Chris Day explores young relationships and reflects on what was, what is and what could have been in this slow, intimate portrait for Dusky Grey.
Shot in and around London's favourite brutalist landmark, The Barbican Centre, the promo shows us, through small vignettes and mixed formats, a set of close-knit relationships and how easily they can fall apart.
Holly Blakey suspends Mabel 20 feet off the floor in the intimate performance video for Bedroom.
Mabel, complete with all-girl entourage, performs on a giant bed suspended high above a studio floor whilst being soaked in a purple-blue light. The dance clip is both intimate and surreal, with an awesome mix of light design, costume and choreography bringing the mid-air bedroom to life.
Dent de Cuir's clip for Katy Perry somehow manages the delicate balance of being equally sexy and horrifying.
Swedish directing collective Stylewar return to music videos after a long absence for the latest visual treat for Bonobo.
Like the two previous videos for tracks on the current album, for Kerala and No Reason, everything here is subject to subtle manipulation. In this case, each scene contains looping elements, which keep in sync to the beat of the track.
Here's a hell of a 'what if' scenario: what if Iggy Pop narrated a nature documentary wherein the animal essentially plays the part of Josh Brolin in the first part of No Country For Old Men?
Wonderfuly cinematic and beautifully executed, Zhang + Knight have delivered this simple visual for Ghostpoet's Immigrant Boogie - which looks like an awesome start to the next Hollywood action thriller.