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An intense love affair expressed through intense choreography, and transported physically from city domestic to stark desert, in James Lees and dancer-choreographer Kiani Del Valle's co-direction of a piece for the marvellous Unknown Mortal Orchestra's First World Problem.
Director/DoP Lewis Jelley's video for Hannah Grace's Mustang expresses the sentiment of the song through one character, played by Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, who undergoes a transformation through their choice of clothing, and progressively taking new steps to satisfaction and happiness.
Carlos Lopez Estrada is consistently unleashing remarkable videos into the world. This latest is no exception. For jazz singer Kari Faux's Fantasy, he lets the camera continually circle an apartment, using the detritus that builds up throughout the video tell a story of heartbreak, and the things we let slide when that level of emotion takes hold of us.
The Estonian rapper Tommy Cash directs this insane, disturbing and flesh-filled video for his single 'Winaloto'.
Olly Murs gets back to what he's best known for, after his abortive stint hosting The X Factor last year. And perhaps appropriately, he's not his usual chirpy self in Charles Mehling's return to music videos with You Don't Know Love.
Photographer-filmmaker Matilda Finn captures the thrill and threat of the city at the dead of night through movement and fluid camerawork - particularly the impressive lengthy rotating moves around a speeding car that begin and end her video for Patten's Sonne.
In this sweet and uplifting look at escapism, Danny Chan tells the story of a homeless man trying to find direction, purpose and self confidence.
Director and VFX artist James Francis casts Brazilian-born, London-based electro-popster Puzzle as an Assassin's Creed-style hero in a vintage sci-fi video game scenario, harnessing the power of video light beams - which gives this clip the added echo of the classic Jacksons' video for Can You Feel It.
Shane Davey has used different formats - including 16mm and Super8 - in this celebration of one of London's most hardworking bands, the country rock outfit Curse Of Lono.
Irish director Bob Gallagher took the Best Up & Coming Director prize at the first Radar Awards, held last week at the YouTube Space in London, where 11 prizes were handed out to celebrate new and up and coming talent across the music and music video industries.
Catfish and the Bottlemen return with a frantic, raw performance video courtesy of Jim Canty.