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Blossom Calderone wrote her breezy and whimsical Life Again after an everyday conversation with her grandmother about the reality of growing old. Lily Rose Thomas's accompanying video focusses on the relationship between young and old and the understanding and friendship than can exist between them.
Phil Sansom returns to music videos, directing this bright and airy clip for new female duo Aya.
Maddy King's video for Australian electronic duo Moza opens on images of a young motorcyclist gliding through empty roads with a background of white-tipped mountains, an alluring image of freedom. But it turns out that the young man carries a heavy burden.
Samuel Taylor delivers an adrenalin-fuelled white-knuckle performance video for Bloody Knees, capturing the experience of one of the band's high energy, high intensity, seriously sweaty live shows, and puting his own spin on things in the process.
Bathed in vivid colours, Dakota and her dancers take over the room with their smooth moves in Charlie Targett-Adams's sensual music video for Hey Mamma.
Dan Caplen serenades a girl from streets to the rooftops, as the couple go about their simple but sweet day-to-day lives, in Luke Biggins's video for Trouble.
"We wanted to go for a subtle, minimalist narrative, while capturing a captivating performance from Dan Caplen," says Biggins.
Shaun James Grant teams up once again with Black Honey for the sequel to their previous video Dig - this time taking the influences into the 70s harking back to Saturday Night Fever.
Now airing exclusively on the Boiler Room TV channel 4:3*, this 30 minute film by CHILD + Mahaneela documents the making of the Everything Is Recorded album, the latest music project by Richard Russell, and featuring a range of music talent across the generations.
They call it Heelwork - the extraordinary displays by dogs and their owners, which amount to extraordinary human and canine choreography.
It's also a reflection of an unconditional love between these owners and their animals, and that is the true subject of Fanny Hoetzeneder's fascinating video for Love Is Magic - the first song released from John Grant's forthcoming fourth album.
A girl feels nostalgic at the thought of a past relationship - both the best moments and the worst in Eric Bravo’s video for The Chamanas.
As she walks through the city, she passes through familiar locations, causing flashbacks to fill her thoughts. And amid the happy memories there’s a mysterious element of sadness and loss.
Frank Borin invites us into a love story with a difference for Little Mix, starring Peyton List & Lisa Starrett.
Weirdcore harks back to the classic works of Chris Cunningham, and even further back than that, with his brilliant video for the title track from Aphex Twin's new EP Collapse.
Featuring projection mapping and CGI, Weirdcore’s mesmerizing film questions the AI theory, imagining how AI would see the world on a trip, and “how a simulation could break and go to next level.”