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Mike Anderson at New Media Limited has delivered an incredible prequel to his Yeasayer video for I Am Chemistry, completed a few months back. And the clip for Silly Me follows a very similar aesthetic - a strange universe of body horror and grotesque humanoid figures. The time around, however, things feel even darker.
Imagine Monster's University just after the students have graduated... Well, Ben Fee has. He's created a houseparty of extraordinary creatures which Jim Henson would find hard to improve upon for his new Band Of Horses video.
Patrick Daughters turns a pure performance by Adele into a choreography of multiple imagery for Send My Love (To Your New Lover), the third single from the hugely successful album 25.
Nexus Productions have catapulted their way into the world of VR with this looping and surrealist visual experience lead by director Eran Amir.
Sometimes, the greatest battle happens within oneself - an idea that Ollie Wolf has reached in and externalised in his new video for Nao.
Michael Baldwin has directed this sultry performance video for British singer-songwriter Nathan Sykes' song Give It Up, which sees the artist as he wines, dines and hooks up with his attractive love interest.
Jan Komasa directs a slow-burning, composed and artful video for his sister's latest single.
John Newman belts out the vocals while Nile Rodgers jams on his guitar in Craig Moore's latest uplifting video for Sigala, shot in sunny New York City and jam-packed with some great urban dance sequences.
On one level director Maximilian Neimann's video for German rapper Kontra K's An Deiner Seite (Next To You) is a nailbiting Nordic Noir thriller. But it also happens to be much more. Unit 9 have created the first interactive music video where the user is invited to switch between two timelines - the past and present - to uncover clues to solve a murder mystery.
Anne-Marie heads off to Mexico City with the in-demand Malia James for a video that's loosely inspired by the Baz Luhrmann version of Romeo & Juliet. But this is not so much about the tragic love between young members of two warring clans, as about Anne-Marie's relationship with a decidedly wayward Romeo. And setting off the alarm bells.
Ed Sayers' film for Speech Debelle's song Terms & Conditions is an unusual hybrid between short drama with elements of documentary and a proper music video with a heavy theatrical slant. The latter aspect is not surprising as it was made in association with the legendary Royal Court Theatre.