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When hanging out with your friends is much more rewarding than being with stinky boys...
Charlotte Rutherford pink-hued, neon-glowed video focusses on each of girlband The Aces's sad relationships with the opposite sex, in an enjoyably tongue-in-cheek affair for Physical.
In the pantheon of great British commercials, there are plenty of ads that are brilliant exactly because they are beautifully imaginative, well-crafted visuals applied to a fantastic piece of music. The whole of the Levi's campaign that started with the 'Laundrette' ad in the 80s worked on that premise. That doesn't seem to happen so much now.
Cape Town director Rob Smith returns to music videos and brings the craft of several years making award-winning ads to bear on this alluring piece of work for rapper PHFAT and Mac Motel.
It's a sticky day by the pool when PHFAT reflects nostalgically upon his lost teen years and past crushes - symbolised by the gamine girl in a swimsuit. But as it turns out this is no ordinary pool.
Veteran rock 'n roll rebel Peter Perrett's lacerating critique-cum-love letter addressed to the USA now has a great visual accompaniment directed by Focus Creeps which revels in its old school video aesthetic.
Silent Tapes direct this performance video with an iridescent glow for Pale Waves.
New directing collective SAD go on a multi-personality seaside stroll in their video for Dark Sky.
Fujiko Nakaya's remarkable 'fog sculpture' called London Fog, recently exhibiting at London's Tate Modern and experienced by thousands of visitors, has inspired a mesmerising short film - the directing debut of Ilona McIlwain.
Victor Aguilar - aka Zipi - transports us to a turn-of-the 20th century party for Leiva, packed with dancing, drink, drugs, hanky-panky and weird sex - and Michael Jackson.
Romain Chassaing embarks on an ambitious choose-your-own-adventure project for Naive New Beaters and the result is one of the most creative and engaging interactive videos we've ever had the pleasure of clicking through.
Set in the delicate landscape of South West India, Lavinia Noel's video for Just Us's Cloud Busting shadows a young girl who dreams of nothing else than learning her native form of martial arts - Kalaripayattu.
It sets out to empower women/young girls and demonstrate that through courage, determination and spirit - anything is possible.
Danny Brown and Jonah Hill make the world's darkest sitcom for Ain't It Funny.