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London-based singer and rapper Girli gets repackaged as various dolls in Youth Hymns' video for her track Girls Get Angry Too. It's an in-your-face promo which sees Girli confronting the viewer on feminist issues, and calling out roles imposes on women by fighting against the boxes she's put in.
Hollands' self-styled craziest band, purveyors of 'homo-erotic glam-punk', entirely live up to their borderline-offensive name with this eyepopping spectacle.
It's clear from the start of Markus Schroder's video for Eliza And The Bear's Friends that one of this closely-bonded quartet of young people, desperately evading the long arm of the law, is not of this world.
That Jam - aka directing duo Joe Beverley and Sam Hurlock - have delivered a riveting two-fisted drama for Basheba's Don't Go, where the feral existence of twin brothers in the north of England who are eking a living on building sites, descends into chaos, violence and blood.
Elliott Arndt has directed this double music video for German musician Roosevelt's track Colours, which segways into Moving On.
The video stages a solemn ritual in a blacked out studio where people engage their five senses - with blue liquid, sliced watermelon, an orange blindforld and velvety red cloth. Then, they walk out for Moving On, each going their own way.
Previously a producer and EP, Zak Razvi is now working as a director – a career move that is surprisingly rare. But on the basis of this video for British singer Frances, it's clear that he's found his true calling.
Compelling, gritty, and a bit terrifying, Skepta puts his stamp all over his manor in his self-directed video for The Man - from the forthcoming album Konnichiwa - shot home video-style, and graded by Jason Wallis at Electric Theatre Collective.
It's certainly Grim Up North East London...
Tom Clarkson has followed up his excellent casting call clip for Jack Garratt's Worry with this latest video for the Brit-winning multi-instrumentalist, which documents the efforts of several ordinary individuals as they confront to their greatest fears and phobias - all with a camera attached via a body rig, to capture their experiences in detail.
Elliott Sellers has crafted these dreamy, layered visuals for Swedish pop singer Léon's track Tired of Talking.
Adam Buxton introduces a fresh programme of fantastic music videos and much more besides in the next edition of BUG at the BFI Southbank in June.