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Compelling, gritty, and a bit terrifying, Skepta puts his stamp all over his manor in his self-directed video for The Man - from the forthcoming album Konnichiwa - shot home video-style, and graded by Jason Wallis at Electric Theatre Collective.
It's certainly Grim Up North East London...
Tom Clarkson has followed up his excellent casting call clip for Jack Garratt's Worry with this latest video for the Brit-winning multi-instrumentalist, which documents the efforts of several ordinary individuals as they confront to their greatest fears and phobias - all with a camera attached via a body rig, to capture their experiences in detail.
Elliott Sellers has crafted these dreamy, layered visuals for Swedish pop singer Léon's track Tired of Talking.
Adam Buxton introduces a fresh programme of fantastic music videos and much more besides in the next edition of BUG at the BFI Southbank in June.
Olof Lindh establishes a retro feel for Foxes' new video for Cruel, as the pop star roams a country house while plugged into a classic Sony Walkman, performing the song while taking random revenge on the possessions of a boyfriend whos done her wrong.
There's a lot happening in this short film by Scott Cudmore. A cinematic visual accompaniment to Wintersleep's Amerika is a multi-faceted vision of an all-too-close-to-home sociopolitical dystopia, with a weakening of the human condition and a biblical apocalypse colliding with one another in a disquieting and harrowing beauty.
Swedish producer Alesso has released I Wanna Know, paired with a fitting narrative video directed by Colin Tilley, which follows an unusual unrequited love story.
Eivind Landsvik video for Norwegian duo Ost & Kjex's Honky Tonk exhibits that bone-dry sadness-tinged Norwegian sense of humour, about a girl who has nothing much to do other than stare into her various electronic devices.
How do you keep a Videos Of The Month list down to 25 videos? With great difficulty that's how. The month brought another splendid collection of videos by directors of all stripes, at all stages of career experience, and on various budget levels.
We've all been there - concentrating and investing so hard in something only to have it ripped out from under us by a cruel twist of fate.
It's been more than two years in the making. Now The Odyssey, the film to accompany Florence + The Machine's album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, is complete.