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Mr. Eazi joins up with Giggs on a tube train carriage turned into a garden of Earthly delights, in Mejo Alabi's video for the piledriving London Town.
Lewis Cater's video for Blackpool rockers Boston Manor places the band under red neon, both in performance and in dramatic vignettes that appear to spring from the minds of the bandmembers.
It's a very strong look which also references the aesthetics of the band's forthcoming record Welcome to the Neighbourhood.
Nelson De Castro and Carlos López Estrada join forces for another team-up to propel George Ezra on a marvellous surreal journey that comes over like a beautiful live-action cartoon.
Zhang + Knight bring Nao into a discombulated world, where a night walk on a deserted street makes the telephone wires fizzle and burst into flame.
It's a highly atmospheric showcase for Another Lifetime - the first track from the angel-voiced Nao's new album Another Lifetime - beautifully shot by Norm Li.
Will Mayer turns a very tangible fear into an existential threat in his haunting video for Bad Bad Not Good.
A man sits in a car, inexorably filling up with water. When he escapes, he then find himself in another situation where rising waters could engulf him at any moment.
Ian Roderick Gray helms an action-packed tribute to classic movie dance routines for Charlie Winston's The Weekend, orchestrating a continuous shot through different set-ups on a film set with clever sleight-of-hand.
New Pulse signing Paco Ratera follows up his thrlling video for Gaika with a real top-notch horror show for GRAVEDGR.
Raterta's nerve-shredding homage to the slasher genre features the requisite relentless psychopathic killer- this one marked out by his unusual (but highly appropriate) weapon: a gravedigger's spade.
The UK Music Video Awards, dedicated to celebrating the best work in music videos from the UK and around the world, has opened its doors today (June 14th) to entries for the tenth anniversary show this October.
She has been one of the UK's top music video producers for years, and is the co-founder and executive producer of PRETTYBIRD in the UK. Now Juliette Larthe has made a surprising and very welcome move into music video directing, with a wonderful video for an awesome song from Spiritualized's new album, And Nothing Hurt.
Anna Calvi's rousing new song - which she describes as "about being free to identify yourself in whichever way you please, without any restraints from society” – has inspired this relentlessly sensual visual directed by William Kennedy.
Kim Gehrig collaborated with Terrible Records artist Kirin J Callinan to re-record You Think You’re a Man – originally performed by cult icon Divine – and create a music video for the track, the purpose of which is to highlight the rise of drink-related violence in Australia, and in particular the 'King Hit' - the act of throwing a single punch at an unsuspecting victim - and its dreadful lega