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Well, what a treat this is. Gorillaz are back and so, of course, is Jamie Hewlett's wonderful cartoon version of the band. Murdoc, 2D, Noodle and Russel are at once familiar, but Hewlett never lets things stay entirely the same. There's always a slight variation on what's gone before - and this in this case he's managed to go both forward and back.
Greg Davenport's long-awaited video for Rag'n'Bone Man's Skin charts the story of a young boy who is possibly the last boy on Earth.
Andrew Thomas Huang's video for Perfume Genius is a hyper-saturated theatrical firestorm come to life. Dancing effortlessly between a colourful-curtained facade and the luxurious fields and meadows of the outside world, this video is a magical exercise in escape and escapism.
Jackson Ducasse directs a moody midnight dream piece for Ritual's 'Drown The Lovers.'
Run The Jewels take on the law in this psychedelic, politically-minded video from Brian Beletic.
David Helman's video for Michael Kiwanuka is a delirious and beautiful film about bonding and transformation.
Strange Beast director I Saw John First has directed the first video released as part of Jack Steadman’s surprise solo project, Mr Jukes. It captures the joy and exuberance of the collaboration between Jack and BJ The Chicago Kid, bursting in colours and fizzing with energetic transformations.
Andrea Youth's video for DJ/producer Marc Vedo is a witty take on the urban jungle, shot around London's East End, with a satsifying payback for the everyday zebras of this world.
A man has a lot to wrestle with in this stark period piece from Richard Paris Wilson for KAIS.
With an incredible location on his side in the form of an Alabama ghost town, Wilson's story of guilt and religious duality in the 1920s is a harsh little narrative in a harsh little place where nobody seems to win.
Director Stian Andersen and editor Erik Treimann toured with Kvelertak to bring us this frenetic black and white clip for Bronsegud.
Songs from The Shins' new album Heartworms have been 'flipped' - in other words, given alternate treatments to the ones found on the album. And Zaiba Jabbar has made the video for the flipped version of lead-off single Name For You with Trace Lysette, charismatic transgender star of Amazon's award-winning series Transparent.
Daniel Brereton's video for Drones Club is a carefully choreographed surveillance sermon set atop the toxic wastes of Beckton Alps.