Spanish director Alan Masferrer has created an idiosyncratic showcase for Alessia Cara - winner of Best New Artist at the 2018 Grammys - and the first single from her new album: a very stripped-down, conceptually-led version of a big studio production number that figuratively represents the jumble of emotions in Alessia's song Growing Pains.
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When Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux co-directed the video for PUP's Guilt Trip, he really started something.
The growing sense that Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, aka 'Chris', is an artist apart from all the others, marching to her own tune, is strengthened by this collaboration with Colin Solal Cardo for the video for Doesn't Matter.
South African rapper Nasty C teams up with Meji Alabi on this London-set video for Jungle, pitching him in a world that mixes pop video slickness and something far grittier.
Combining performance with more dreamlike moments, Alabi creates a hard-hitting, all-consuming sensory experience to match the fierce message in Nasty's song Jungle.
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.
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.
PROMONEWS PREMIERE: The new episode of Cut+Run's BTS series Ruthless Cuts has C+R's Martin Macnamara interviewing director Femi Ladi, Cut+ Run editor Nick Armstrong and sound designer Jack Hallett on their work on the Blue: Winter's Only Winner video for South London singer-rapper A2.
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.