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The original music video couple, Vaughan Arnell and Robbie Williams, are back for an incredible 16th collaboration.
More Desert Island Dance than Desert Island Discs, Rui Vieira's gorgeous sunrise video for Xinobi explores the serenity in taking some time for yourself.
THUNDERLIPS' latest clip for New Zealand's newest alt-pop export indi is a hypnotic and eerie piece of sci-fi body horror.
Schall & Schnabel's second collaboration with James Hersey showcases the digital relationship scene mimicking Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Tnder, etc – but with its own design. Multilayered dimensions and windows overlap and interact with one another in this enjoyable interpretation of modern life.
Andy Hines's video for Black Spiderman - from Logic's forthcoming new album Everybody - follows Logic as he leads a parade float of gospel singers through a suburban neighbourhood in a heavily choreographed number.
Modu Sesay shoots a run-and-gun scene on the streets of Morocco for Claptone.
A hooded figure wanders the hot Moroccan streets, looking incredibly out of place. In and out of the market stalls searching for objects of interest and carefully selecting only the perfect ones. What for? Why, a fireside ritual of course!
Clara Aranovich directs an emotional love story steeped in science fiction mystery for Isaac Gracie.
Her explore the struggles of Joan of Arc in this artful clip by Liswaya.
Pixie Lott and Anton Powers have a great time with a classic American muscle car in Francis Wallis's summery performance clip for Baby.
Ozzie Pullin's latest for Riton is a vibrant, energetic portrait of life in Lagos.
Australian songstress George Maple is the sultry catalyst for a increasingly hot and sexually liberated scene in a nightclub, in Lisa Paclet's video for Kryptonite.