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Fresh from his support tour with Echo and the Bunnymen, singer-songwriter Jack Edwards's Love & Luck now has a video directed by Nik Morris, which tells the story of two young 'strivers' whose lives fall into chaos.
On a rainy day in early November, there was a warm glow emanating from inside the BFI Southbank. The UKMVAs was one day away, but before those celebrations, lots of people involved in making music videos (and a few others) gathered to attend the second all-day MusicVidFest.
Meilyr Jones, former frontman of Race Horses, is releasing his first solo album shortly, and How To Recognise A Work Of Art is a characterically kooky but charming offering from that record - and now has a music video to match, a one-shot wonder directed by National Theatre director Wils Wilson, and shot by Ryan Owen Eddleston.
Director Kosai Sekine has helmed this pristinely surreal video for electronic duo Young Juvenile Youth's track Animation, which sees the lead singer Yuki's head become deconstructed, sliced, shuffled and put back together again in a flurry of spellbinding effects.
Alon Isocianu has delivered this beautified vision of Kelly Clarkson performing Piece By Piece, including soft, black and white portraiture of pregnant women and visions of little girls looking up at a starry sky - with the elegant compositing work executed by Alon himself.
Here's a remarkable achievement by Darcy Prendergast and Xin Li at Melbourne-based Oh Yeah Wow. The video for The Jezabels' Come Alive is the animated story of a woman being chased by a horde of torch-bearing men, and facing a terrible fate - created in oil paint on glass, and animated frame by frame.
Vienna-based animation and design studio LWZ have created some stellar visuals to the pulsating beat of Ogris Debris's See The World.
The video sees a long animated sequence with a touch of 1920s and 30s graphic design aesthetics, featuring selfie sticks, CCTV, global warming, and many other hot topics of our modern times.
PPL Video Store and Vanderquest have merged their extensive archives of music videos to create one of the largest music video libraries in Europe, now available digitally for registered users of the expanded and re-launched PPL Video Store.
Filmed on Santa Monica Beach, the video for Jack Eye Jones's Misbehavin features an impassioned performance from vocalist Koli, channelling the summer-time feeling of the track.
The prolific Youth Hymns bring their over-saturated hyperreality to young indie rock saviours Wolf Alice's gentler-than-usual Freazy - possibly with their attempt to define exactly what Freazy is.