Markus Schroder has created a charming video for London-based indie rock band Eliza and The Bear's It Gets Cold, in the style of very early cinema, as pioneered by illusionist and filmmaker Georges Méliès.
You are here
The Lovely Eggs have their cans of Strongbow and are ready to party in their new video for Goofin' Around (In Lancashire) by their regular director-collaborator Casey Raymond, and shot in their delightful hometown of Lancaster.
In Damien Reeves' video for Everything Is Not Enough, Harper reflects on the consequences of being young and naive. Travelling through a scene-by-scene playout of poor decisions and misfortune, Harper tells the story of a girl who had everything, but not enough...
BRTHR's video for The Weeknd's In The Night - starring supermodel (and Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd's girlfriend) Bella Hadid – is a wild, mad, brilliant mash-up of stylistic references delivered with huge panache.
It was only a matter of time before Bjork, so adventurous, avant garde, and supportive of innovative music video directors, should collaborate with Jesse Kanda, a director whose work for the likes of Arca and FKA Twigs has set him in a class of his own. Now it has happened, and it is extraordinary.
Tim Keeling delivers some lo-fi FX magic in his video for Spring King's Who Are You? It's all about a front door that would rather be having a thrill-seeking adventure than just hanging around - hotly pursued by its owner, a girl whose birthday cake candle-blowing moment has been ruined, and her camera-wielding boyfriend.
Will Kindrick demonstrates the enduring power of paper face masks attached to giant popsicle sticks, when combined with stop frame photography, in his video for Sego's Mickey Macali.
A two-fisted tale of warring twin brothers in Grand Blanc's Surprise Party, a video by new Division signing, the 23 year old Max Vatblé - a punishing yet gorgeous visual feast, with a heavy Drive vibe.