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Ukranian animator Stas Santimov's brilliant video for Eluvium, is a beautifully rendered trip into a nightmare. Seven minutes of looping vignettes that tell the tale of one hapless traveller's journey into hell.
A boy left home alone deals with the freedom and the loneliness in a wholly feasible way in Stroma Cairns's video for Sundara Karma's Happy Family.
In an excellent performance from young Luca Lamche - it's just him all the way through - it leads to an outpouring of emotion that culminates in him donning one of his mother's dresses, as a way of dealing with her continuing absence.
PAULi manifests in several incarnations in Rohan Blair-Mangat's video for The Idea Of Tomorrow.
South African hiphop star Nasty C gets a very stylish and envelope-pushing treatment from Kyle Lewis, who maintains a flow of sumptuous visuals over three tracks from the album Bad Hair Extensions.
When the girl of your dreams comes into your fish and chip shop with some doofus with an engagement ring, what are you going to do?
Dylan Holmes Williams has the answer in his engaging, daft, surprisingly thrilling video for Artifiicial Pleasure's All I Got.
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.