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The renaissance of Craig David continues apace with this video for One More Time, which taps into one aspect of his new life in Miami - hosting some of the most exclusive parties at the TS5.
A Nice Idea Every Day's extend their devotion to the hands-on approach into digital, with their video for Peter Bjorn and John's What You Talking About?'.
Anna Ginsburg & Gworge have teamed up to create this delightful mixture of hand-drawn animation and live action for the very appealing jazz-inflected Anglo hip-hop of Stars + Shards by Benjamin Coyle-Larner - aka Loyle Carner.
Jean-Paul Frenay's Son Lux video is a haunting indictment of over-consumption of modern life. With vignetted scenes gliding from uber-dark to pitch-black we get windows into a dystopian sci-fi world that's so close to our own it's chilling.
Shaydee charms the girl of his dreams while ghost-riding a classic car in the suitably summery and colourful video for Smile by Meji Alabi, filmed in South Africa.
Alesha is back, with her crew and her Prince-referencing purple hair, in a highly proficient pop video directed by Boris Thompson-Roylance. He and DoP brother Jack make excellent use of London's urban spaces to frame Alesha's energy and charisma.
Kristian Young paints a picture of love and rivalry in washes of neon for Flux Pavilion's Emotional.
London-based Artist Preserve and Cuban director/DoP Alejandro Pérez continue their partnership with Latin superstar Enrique Iglesias.
Midlands-based electro-pop duo Field Harmonics produce some delightful old-school electronica, and for their track Heron, Angela Slater has directed a low budget mini-drama with the brooding atmosphere of a ghost story, starring Bethan Gilmore.
Craig McDean and Masha Vasyukova channel their clear appreciation of film history into this sombre piece for Benjamin Clementine.