Ilya Naishuller's insane video for Leningrad's Kolshik is a calamity in reverse. Beginning at the climax and working our way backward with reverse footage and clever reveals, we get to see exactly how a day at the circus turned into such a complete disaster.
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Blondie are back, releasing their song Fun from their upcoming album Pollinator, with Debbie Harry looking stunning, and a colourful, psychedelia-tinged narrative by NYC-based director Dikayl Rimmasch.
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Stormzy does a victory lap of his London home, and with the help of DAPS he suberts some classic grime video tropes along the way.
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Sasha Rainbow directs this powerfully cool promo for Wild Beasts.
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