Oscar Hudson's first full-length video for Radiohead arrives hot on the heels of his video for Young Martha, and it's another superb setpiece, that considering the name of the song, was just asking to be made.
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Loyle Carner reunites with Joao Retorta for the video for Sun of Jean (released the day of the Mercury Awards 2017, where Carner is nominated for his debut album Yesterday's Gone)
This is a nostalgic, honest and delicate depiction of unconditional love between mothers and their sons, exquisitely executed by Retorta.
Sickness, sweat and smiles are the order of the day in Brother Willis's visual for King Krule's stylish punk-bossanova crossover with Dum Surfer.
So ill he has to be wheeled in on a gurney, KK joins his equally peaky-looking bandmates for an interminable performance to disinterested onlookers. The effect is to make everyone so eerily clammy that they appear to be actually melting.
Rebecca Lucy Taylor, formerly of Slow Club and latterly of Moonlandingz, has a new solo project and also takes up the director's reins for the first release by Self Esteem, with a lighthearted take on body image and sexuality.
Johnny Hardstaff's short film for French artist Jimmy Whoo's Motel Music Part II features one of the most hypnotically repulsive characters seen in a music video for a long while, who acts upon his impulses, and suffers a delicious fate as a result.
HMLTD are being hailed in some quarters as the UK's most thrilling new band, and their theatrical mix of glam and goth becomes a rich source of inspiration for Ilona McIlwain in her first video for the band.
Newly-svelte Sam Smith teams with long term collaborator Luke Monaghan to visualise the big comeback single Too Good At Goodbyes. And not surprisingly, it's emotional.
Ella Eyre is all jewels and fur in the ultra-pink, candy-coated visual directed by Sophia Ray for the new single Ego. She’s joined by Ty Dolla $ign and a seriously hunky model who seems to like himself a bit too much - making it a pure pop confection with a positive message for the girls.