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.
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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.
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.
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.
Shades of an Anton Corbijn classic for Nirvana as new Director/DOP duo Our World Is Grey team up with Neck Deep on their latest single for Don't Wait.
It's a surreal and bleak portrayal of loss of innocence, peppered with political sentiments and symbolism, with stylish art direction (Jess Morgan at Jam Studio), and wrapped in a nostalgic non-heart shaped box.
Stephen Agnew repairs to an English country pile with Isaac Gracey and an increasingly wacky collection of vintage recording equipment.
Jared Hogan has created a series of simple but hugely striking portraits of ordinary people for alt-country artist HC McEntire's heartfelt Baby's Got The Blues.
The subjects are all connected to Heather (HC) McEntire, and some of them also become her fellow performers...
Christine & The Queens returns with the hugely catchy Girlfriend, and a new street urchin-style look which fits perfectly with the idea for the Jordan Bahat's video, inspired by the amazing photography of New York skyscraper construction workers in the 1920s and '30s.