A young man embarks on an emotional journey to self acceptance, without ever leaving home, in Ralph Briscoe and Jay Stephen's absorbing video for Bondax.
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Dita Von Teese, Sébastien Tellier and David Wilson looks like a threesome made in heaven - and so it proves.
Jamie Carter captured the moment at one of Ed Sheeran's recent shows at Wembley Stadium where he welcomed Andrea Bocelli to the stage, to co-perform Perfect Symphony in concert for the first time.
It's a fine document of Sheeran's stagecraft and his and Bocelli's absolute command of the vast audience, with a terrific sense of a special happening on a summer night in London.
Oscar Hudson returns with his first music video since winning Best Director at the UK Music Video Awards last year, and delivers another gem of in-camera visual effects ingenuity for Young Fathers, shot on a Scottish moor, where all manner of odd things are happening.
Django Django head out on a trek into the unknown in Jed Hart's impressively epic video for Marble Skies.
The four flag-bearing bandmembers are on a journey through a hostile desert wilderness, one that takes them into a surprising place. And ultimately they find they can change the weather, to suit the songtitle - even in the desert.
KLVDR takes us to a dark and mysterious English stately home for Steel Banglez’s Your Lovin' - with Banglez surveying a bank of monitors amid the crumbling grandeur of the place.
This is an outstanding music video for Pumarosa by Niall Trask – and in its way utterly terrifying,
Trask brings us ostensibly an idyllic scene: a man tends an apiary, packed with bees busily at work. But the gloriously heightened black and white photography, with black sky and white trees, creates an otherworldy feel that somehow enables the horror that follows.
For one of the first songs that Sigrid recorded - now released in its original demo form - East London-based animation studio Moth have created a video to reflect the deep instrospection at the heart of Focus.
KLVDR makes behind the scenes part of the video in this slick joint for Krept & Konan. He adds some heightened reality, that pumps an element of drama into their performance of Wrongs with guest artist Jhené Aiko. And it's delivered in a gorgeous noir grade.
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.