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Shot entirely underwater, this unnerving one-take video for Highly Suspect's track Lydia was shot over the course of five minutes and doesn't have a single cut. Starring actress and world champion freediver Marina Kazankova the video sees her holding her breath during the entirety of the clip.
Giraffage & Viceroy's track Impression of You has been paired with this humorous video by Ben Parkin, describing a phenomenon that the tinder generation knows all about.
This lovely video of British singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin performing What Did You Do was directed by Jamie Carter and was shot live at Wilton’s Music Hall.
Radical Media UK have announced the signing of Iregular for Interactive and Digital Media.
Born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1981 but currently based in Montréal, the visual artist, designer and programmer Daniel Iregui creates interactive installations and digital experiences, marrying technology and design and involving the audience in works of ever-changing works of art.
Omen is the second instalment of the four part action-thriller anthology directed by Ryan Hope for Disclosure's forthcoming album Caracal.
Ella Eyre's new video for Good Times by Carly Cussen is the perfect Carpe Diem of summery visuals, reminding you to grab a friend, head to Greenwich and make the most of your sunny holidays. Shot documentary style on 8mm film, it shows off Ella's fun-loving side in a playful and cinematic clip for her Drum & Bass fueled summer hit.
Frank Carter, former Gallows and Pure Love frontman returns to his punk roots with an uncompromising video for Juggernaut, from his new album Blossom.
Tim McCourt and Max Taylor of animating collective The Line have created two minutes of sheer amusement with Amaro and Walden's Joyride. With music made for the video by Hugo Chegwin and Fred Berry, it follows Amaro and Walden, two mischevious little fellas on a joyride all over London Town.
Libby Burke Wilde directed this energetic performance video for The Fratellis' Baby Don't You Lie To Me. Matching The Fratellis’ style with a suitably theatrical location was key according to Wilde, who chose Bush Hall for its crushed red velvet curtains and old chandeliers.
Foxes recruited Patrick Killingbeck to make the video for Feet Don't Fail Me Now - now showing on the H&M YouTube channel – and to bring a story she wanted to tell to the screen.
Paul Kalkbrenner has recently released this third and final instalment of the FLORIAN trilogy, for his track Feed Your Head.