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Zaiba Jabbar's video for Sinead Harnett for her track She Ain't Me boasts a lovely photographic quality and texture. Shot in 35mm film by Katie Swain, the video follows Harnett in the comfort of her own home, pondering upon the break-up of a relationship.
Courtney Phillips' stylishly retro promo for Conor Maynard's Royalty sees the singer flaunt a luxurious lifestyle in a supper club, joined by a bevvy of scantily-clad dancers. And then the truth behind the club's dirty dealings begin to unfold...
Crossfire Productions have just opened a new music division, heading back to the roots of the company's founder Dave Graham, a former video commissioner at Island Records.
Straight out of the box marked 'odd', Andrea Youth delivers this off-the-wall 'love triangle' promo for Moon Bounce's single Fool where two brothers vie for the love of a girl, with an almighty twist...
Shot on and off-stage, Raja Virgi captures a tasty performance by Fickle Friends at North London venue KOKO and turns it into a promo for the Brighton band's new single Could Be Wrong.
Dominic O'Riordan has delivered this intriguing promo for The Beach's song From Above which follows a disparate group of young Londoners - all outsiders, but all connected in a remarkable way.
If you thought it was getting hard to do something strikingly new with choreography in music videos, think again. Robert Hales has delivered this stirring promo for Muse's new single Dead Inside, which centres on a mesmerising interaction in dance from Kathryn McCormick and William Wingfield.
The intimate relationship of two girls takes on a surprising, surreal, and certainly unhinged dimension in the video for Brighton-based DJ Fono's track Real Joy, directed by French filmmaker Simon Cahn.
Filmed within a decaying architectural wonder in Bulgaria and intercut with revolutionary slogans (like "a nation regenerates itself only upon heaps of corpses"), the video for Algiers' Irony. Utility. Pretext is striking indeed.
Matthias Lebeer delivers an absorbing, slow-burning short film to accompany Mark Knopfler's Wherever I Go, where a young man (Luke Newberry) contemplates his own life in the evocative setting of Dungeness.
In the past year, rock n' roll photographer Steve Gullick - most well known for his photography work with Nirvana in the early 90's - has started directing music videos by capturing raw, emotive performances. This is his latest, a high-energy performance video for up-and-coming rock band Vant's Do You Know Me.