Eva Michon's video for Miya Folick is a bit of a rollercoaster. Which isn't surprising as the whole video takes place on one. But that turns out to be a smart way to showcase the growing drama and sheer intensity of Folick's voice.
From the director
"Miya's scream during the first chorus of her song made me picture her riding on a rollercoaster solo. I then felt that the song’s peaks and valleys would suit the ups and downs of a coaster, and loved the idea of Miya being lost in her own thoughts while regular people around her enjoyed uninhibited slow-motion catharsis."