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By now, it’s very likely that you’ve seen Ryan Staake's brilliant video for Young Thug’s Wyclef Jean. If not, take a second to watch it. It is without doubt a tour de force, with Staake's ingenious meta approach salvaging what was a disastrous shoot. He has effectively made a silk purse from a sow's backside.
Eoin Glaister has directed a trilogy of videos for Lancashire band Aquilo, three interconnected narratives that highlight different aspects, and different characters, within a bigger picture. The release of the first video coincides with the announcement that Glaister has signed to Agile Films for music videos and commercials.
Norwegian singer Tone Damli is driving too fast through the forest at night - and fiddling with the car radio - when the car hits something.
“I feel like our generation is lost, I feel like we don’t know where we’re heading.”
Bunny Kinney's video for Declan McKenna is a wry, insightful look at youth and the way they see the world. It flips the prevailing narrative of scorn towards 'millennials' on its head, and asks the generations preceding them to consider the world they have left for their children.
A2 and Matilda Finn are constantly in motion here in this dizzying video for X2 (Dble).
A very British pet shop becomes an unlikely setting for this DJ Fresh vs Diplo video from Dominic O'Riordan, in which the pets become the stars.
Ed Sheeran gets nostalgic in the video for 'Castle On The Hill' by George Belfield.
Lyle Lindgren directs an intimate live clip for Jax Jones ft. RAYE.
Jillian Banks and director Marie Schuller have collaborsted on this compelling pop video for Trainwreck, spotlighting on the machinations of the music industry through graphic symbolic imagery.
Modu Sesay directs Anna of the North's video for 'Oslo' whilst showing off some gorgeous landscapes.
Malia James paints a colourful, melancholic portrait of relationships in this clip for Snakehips & MØ.