The second NERD video – or 'Tutorial' – directed by Scott Cudmore and Todd Tourso. Like the first it centres on phenomenal dancer Mette Towley, but the video for 1000 is more controversial, diving headlong into the polarised politics of the United States.
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Director/choreographer Alexandra Green orchestrates a vibrant and vibey showcase for ILLBlue's Tribalist (Get To Know), featuring a strong performance by Sony Music newbie Glowie.
Matthew Sterling's video for Shaelone captures a dancer's performance in a variety of locations and on three different formats - Super 16mm, 8mm and VHS-C.
Sterling describes it as "an attempt to juxtapose a sense of fleetingness with the permanence of analogue recording formats". The overall effect, with the performance stitched together from these rich formats, is absorbing.
Abbie Stephens turns up the temperature on Off Bloom with this steamy, richly colourful video for Lover Like Me.
Raw sexuality radiates from singer Mette, her presence intensified through her mirror image, and dancers who are obscured by walls of glass, or pushing through fabric into the path of the band.
Ciaran Lyons' directs Glasgow alt-pop duo Bdy Prts as performers in a bizarre ballet, employing visual wit, VFX and his trademark pixellation technique to create another impressive work.
Lush cinematography and inventive choreography intersect in this dreamlike video for Sleigh Bells' And Saints - directed by Mimi Cave and Sleigh Bell's Derek Miller.
Ali Kurr's video for Poppy Ajudha - nominated for the Best Dance Video Newcomer award at this year's UKMVAs - swings from Poppy's urban girl-gang bathed in red light at night to a coastal landscape in black and white, and an unconventional dance performance.
A spectacular return to music videos by Japanese director Masashi Muto for Jonas Blue, in which the emotion of a crumbling love affair is represented through dance on the skyline and in the streets of Tokyo.