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A coroner working the night shift at a morgue gets more than he bargained for when his cadavers start to come to life in NORTON's video for Chris Lake.
A young National Geographic photographer/explorer goes out in search of the Yeti, only to find himself falling in love in director/DoP Colin Greenall's fun, wandering clip for Dolce.
Having had a beer and left the tap running in his flat, Tom Grennan sets off, running through the streets of London. Where's he heading?
Nick Bartleet's video for Praying keeps us guessing...
Clean Bandit's Grace Chatto and Jack Patterson's latest foray into self-direction is a story of heartbreak, intercut with a performance of the band in full orchestra mode - with guest vocalist Zara Larsson centre-stage. And it packs a real emotional punch.
James&James direct a carefully choreographed rebellion for Maximo Park.
Natalie Portman stars in James Blake's latest video directed by Anna Rose Holmer. Portman is heavily pregnant in this clip, shot just days before she gave birth, and we watch as she gracefully dives underwater and lies on her bed, contemplating the coming days.
On the basis that getting Sia and Pink performing on camera together is a non-starter - well, Sia on camera these days is a non-starter - Malia James opts for the spectacular with two talented aerial acrobats engaging in a spot of indoor skydiving inside a remarkable lip-up 'flight' chamber, where they float in the air with the force of the updraft.
Well, what a treat this is. Gorillaz are back and so, of course, is Jamie Hewlett's wonderful cartoon version of the band. Murdoc, 2D, Noodle and Russel are at once familiar, but Hewlett never lets things stay entirely the same. There's always a slight variation on what's gone before - and this in this case he's managed to go both forward and back.
Greg Davenport's long-awaited video for Rag'n'Bone Man's Skin charts the story of a young boy who is possibly the last boy on Earth.
Andrew Thomas Huang's video for Perfume Genius is a hyper-saturated theatrical firestorm come to life. Dancing effortlessly between a colourful-curtained facade and the luxurious fields and meadows of the outside world, this video is a magical exercise in escape and escapism.
Jackson Ducasse directs a moody midnight dream piece for Ritual's 'Drown The Lovers.'