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Francis Wallis has directed this quirky and fun video for Hard Rock Sofa & Skidka's Arms Around Me, shot in South Africa, which follows the highly flexible Jabu as he literally “makes moves” to impress a girl who runs the till at a local gas station.
The month of May brought a host of great videos, making it very difficult (as always) to narrow down our picks to a reasonably-sized playlist.
Charlie Robins and Joe Alexander disbanded their directing partnership (aka Charlie & Joe) last year to go their separate ways, and on to various individual projects. But they've rejoined forces for old time's sake, to create this high energy video for Tinie Tempah's No Letting Go featuring girl-of-the-moment Jess Glynne.
Peaking interest with quite the captivating first sequence, In/Out (now a trio as Rina Yang has joined Thom Humphreys and Jean-Philippe Blunt in the collective) bid the viewer to work backwards in assigning meaning out of narrative bits, cut to the stirring confessional lyrics of Spector's track Bad Boyfriend.
French animation crew Blackmeal have created a delightful, very emotional lyric video for Avicii's upbeat Waiting For Love, all about a boy and his dog, growing up in the shadow of war.
For French electronic producer Fakear's Skyline – the first track from his EP Asakusa, out today (June 1st) Jamie Delaney has created an apt representation of seemingly carefree teen life and its underbelly of stark, criss-cross emotion.
Director Daniel Broadley mixes a rollicking, uplifting performance of Can't Kick Up The Roots, Neck Deep's pop-punk comeback single, with some fuzzy yet action-packed 90s-style home video.
It sees the Neck Deep guys sticking true to the song's lyrics, and goofing around their hometown of Wrexham, and certainly looks and feels like good times.
Deep in a Z-movie primordial jungle replete with gigantic bugs, carnivorous plants and ominous icons, Django Django perform the suitably garage surfy sound of Shake & Tremble. It's a cool affair directed by Pete G.D. with a lo-fi video look, reminiscent of a 90s promo.