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Michael LeBlanc's first effort as a standalone director following the end of his directing partnership with Scott Cudmore came out a few months ago. Shot in Romania, with camerawork by LeBlanc himself, it's a story of a young villager with very special powers.
David Magnier has directed these dramatic visuals about a love gone awry for four-piece indie pop band Causes' Sinking Ship.
Gareth Phillips and The Japanese House head to Tenerife for this gorgeous, golden video.
Using the incredible island landscapes from ground level combined with glorious, sweeping drone shots, Phillips highlights a distance between the onscreen duo. A great combination of incredible locations and great natural lighting really help to highlight the bittersweet feelings of the track.
Maroon 5 are having a miserable time being famous in this star-studded clip. Featuring cameos from Ed Helms, Sarah Silverman and Vince Vaughn, David Dobkin's light-hearted and colourful video sees Maroon 5 (although mostly Adam Levine) struggle to cope with life as objects of people's adoration.
Grace Chatto and Jack Patterson of Clean Bandit have self-directed a touching video for Rockabye, featuring guest vocals and appearances from Sean Paul and Anne Marie, telling the tale of a mother trying to provide for her son.
New York directors Rubberband direct a cheery, colourful performance video for Lewis Del Mar.
Set mostly within the confines of a fake living room, a camera swoops overhead in rule-breaking, orientation-destorying yet perfectly fluid motion, with a wonderful array of colours and setups to keep things interesting right up until the super-sweet final shot.
Youth Hymns let the chaos unfold in this disorienting, lo-fi clip for King Nun.
VHS, a fisheye lens, erratic camera movements, and psychedelic colourscapes are all very much a part of the Youth Hymns oeuvre - and the spill over quite nicely here. A dizzying and exciting practice room jam that sells King Nun's energy more effectively than npower.
Rob Brandon, the director of videos for numerous artists including Kodaline, Gold Panda, Nothing But Thieves, Sundara Karma, and several collaborations with George Ezra, has signed with Kode Media for music and commercial representation in the UK and US.
Dexter Navy's epic 12-minute short film for A$AP Rocky is an intense piece of social realism mixed with magic realism - set in London, but with universal resonance.
Tom Gorst explores youth affected by conflict in this video portrait for Vant. Shot in Kiev and Amman in October 2016, and interwoven with footage from conflict taken by the cast themselves, this video explores two groups of young people and their attempts to live a life overshadowed by war.