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Queen Bey reclining on top of a patrol car that's sinking into rising floodwaters is one of the controversial images in her New Orleans-set video for Formation - directed by longtime collaborator Melina.
Jonathan Enwistle takes us to East London, Wanstead Flats in his video for London three-piece Real Lies' One Club Down, in a simple, effective portrait peice of a young teenage girl hanging out with her best friend.
Douglas Hart - former bassist of The Jesus And Mary Chain turned filmmaker - has paired up yet again with long-time collaborators Primal Scream for this performance video with extra flair for Where The Light Gets In, from their upcoming eleventh studio album Chaosmosis.
Ross McDowell of directing duo Ben & Ross has teamed up with pop video heavyweight Sophie Muller, to create this awesomely eerie video for Impossible Winner, in which rock supergroup The Dead Weather play freakshow captives, jailed in a travelling boxcar.
A young Chicago woman struggles to come to terms with the end of a relationship in the video for Mr Carmack's remix of Mike WiLL Made It's Drinks On Us directed by Illusions & Flow.
Emil Nava's latest video is this ultra-stylish, Francophilic vision for British singer-songwriter Florrie's track Real love, oozing with loads of retro-Hollywood glamour.
Shot on 16mm, the video is captured by her on-screen boyfriend's camera, following the couple's playful interactions in their stylish Art Deco home.
Luxembourg indie-rock band Seed To Tree's song Until It Gets Better has been paired with this story of alienation by Ben Andrews.
Showcasing some fantastic animation talents, the video for Zedd's Paper Cut remixed by LA producer grey loosely follows a boy-meets-girl narrative set in LA with plenty of racy Hollywood moments in between.
Of Monsters And Men's single Wolves Without Teeth offers up the unusual mashup of indie rock with salsa dancing, with a story of a couple's audition at a salsa competition.
A suitably dreamy yet gritty meander through the dark streets of London to a pulsating convenience store by Tash Tung - her directing debut – as lead singer Ottilia employs an interesting method to make friends.
As she makes her way home she passes the rest of the band, just hanging out on the streets late at night...