LAMAR + NIK are dab-hands at making visually inventive stuff in the most labour intensive ways, so it's not really surprising their new video for The Shins is another fabulous feat of perseverence. In fact they have revisited an idea of printing out a filmed performance (they did it before with Sam Crain) but now pushed it much further.
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Anton Tammi astounds with this incredible, trippy journey through a side of New York rarely seen for JIL.
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.
Naor Aloni weaves an intriguing crime story for Bastille's Things We Lost In The Fire, which transitions smoothly between more naturalistic scenes and dark, dreamlike set-pieces. Naor travelled to Lithuania to create this very opaque, almost Lynchian tale, packed with stunning images.
Manic Street Preachers, Mike O'Keefe and Joanna Wier commission Kelly + Victor feature director Kieran Evans for this beautiful and moving promo to Rewind The Film, the title track from the band's forthcoming album.
M-I-E have created a superb animated video for Satellites' Wasteland, telling an allegorical tale of artificial intelligence - and the importance of batteries.
Like your hip-hop to come with some serious cussing and bad language? Or maybe you're absolutely disgusted by it? Either way, somehow this is for you.
After their excellent video for Russ Chimes' Turn Me Out, Mathy & Fran apply their fresh, quirky visual wit to another surging summer dance anthem: Mausi's Move – which the directing duo shot in the dance duo's home in northern Italy.