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The first ever visual from Tender, young director Jack A. Bowden offers up an interpretation of an alien presence through contemporary dance, dynamic lighting and slick cinematography.
Jack conveys a presence, which throws its audience - the dancers, choreographed by Alexandra Green – into a recital of animalistic movement. Then it pulls people closer from the outside world.
Jamie Lawson’s new single Don’t Let Me Let You Go has been paired with this suitably melancholic music video representing the loss of love.
In Jordan Bahat's video for UK artist Leon Else's Black Car, Suki Waterhouse stars as the diner waitress who misses her bus, and then feels compelled to hitch a ride from a stone-faced stranger (played by Else) in the eponymous black vehicle...
New directors Smith & Follini's utterly feelgood video for Tiggs Da Author's Swear Down, featuring London MC Yungen, captures London's endless summer of 2016, which becomes the opportunity for Tiggs and friends to have a good time.
Directing duo Brainwash - that's Ryan Vernava and Liam Achaibou - have created this electrified performance video sequence, where one piece of footage crash-zooms to the next.
With oscillating, kaleidoscopic mirror effects, the visual cycles through silhouettes of the band, providing an intensely graphic accompaniment to the pulsating beat of the song.
Lady Gaga is back, busting out this explosively cathartic pop single about love... that never existed in the first place. Its an electrified performance video - directed by Andrea Gelardin and Ruth Hogben - where Gaga goes for it, rocking out to the track in middle of the hot American desert, surrounded by her audience.
A lazy afternoon hangout becomes gradually more oppressive as more and more men show up to ruin things in Riley Blakeway's musing on social norms for LA trio Cherry Glazerr.
Bob Jeusette presents an intimate portrait in the unlikeliest of places for SG Lewis. Following the Monster Mania Stunt Show - made up of several generations of the Valencia and Delporte families – this documentary clip paints a portrait of two families and their strong, unique bond, as they tour the suburbs of France and Belgium.