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Welsh indie rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen's latest video is welcome return to the medium by James Canty, and features none other than Ewan McGregor as an unsuspecting victim of music theft, by Catfish frontman Van McCann.
A magician sets up for the biggest trick of his life, in this gripping video for Walking On Cars' Catch Me If You Can by Jack Laurance.
The video for the debut single by Adam, Hear The Sea - British-Cypriot singer-songwriter and producer Adam Karayiannis – is set around the grey and forboding streets of Woolwich, London. The song is called Sorrow, but then Stefano Margaritelli's video defies expectations in its portrait of a homeless man whom brings joy to all those that he meets.
As a girl crosses the road on her bike, she looks towards the camera, and sees something we don't...
The remarkable experimental design and animation skills of London-based Weirdcore, finds a brilliant outlet in his latest video for Tame Impala's Cause I'm A Man.
In this charming video for Alesso's Sweet Escape directed by M-I-E, everyday traffic sign figures reveal their hidden secret life, coming alive at night when we’re not looking.
Nicely timed to dovetail with her stint as a judge on Britain's Got Talent, Alesha Dixon returns to the world of pop with the upbeat The Way We Are, and has teamed with Carly Cussen on the polished pop promo designed to get us in the mood for summer.
Miss Havisham has a couple of rivals in Maida Hals's nicely-executed video for Norwegian pop-rock outfit Jadudah.
A wedding photo comes to life, and the bride and groom are stuck in their roles for every more, in the promo for Red.
Choreographer Holly Blakey becomes director for Gwilym Gold's latest track Triumph, creating a film focussing on the tremendous prowess of dancer Nandi Behbhe.
The result is a hypnotic film in which Blakey has captured all of Behbhe's power, strength and grace.