Craig Moore collaborates for a sixth time with Sigala for Lullaby - a dead cert to be a 2018 summer anthem – featuring Paloma Faith. Shot in Cape Town, Moore's striking, colourful video has Paloma singing a sweet lullaby that has the contrary effect to the norm: characters don't fall asleep, but wake up to find themselves in a series of stunning landscapes.
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Years & Years return with a dystopian adventure directed by the band's regular collaborator Fred Rowson, featuring frontman Olly Alexander as the last human in a future world populated by androids.
Writer/director Dugan O’Neal also stars in his video for electronic dance duo Kunzite - a homage to vintage acting audition tapes.
Sammy Rawal creates a world of colour and movement, in his super-stylish video for French producer Michael Calfan.
Beautifully art directed set-ups and choreography are given an added dimension with VFX and gif-like loops - a visual representation of Calfan's On You.
A junkyard. Two people. The rope that binds them, and what they must do to break free. Savvas Stavrou's video for Lemesios, shot in Cyprus, explores these issues through dramatic choreography and performance.
If you thought Lance Drake's last video for Muse was a bit over the top... then reconsider. That one for Dig Down had a tough lady beating all the odds in a retro sci-fi world (with Muse's Matt doing a fair Max Headroom impression. But that was positively Bergmanesque compared to this one.
Patrick Lawler has created a song-and-dance spectacular in nighttime downtown LA for Claptone.
Lawler – a director, DoP, editor, motion graphics and VFX artist, at DECA Creative – engaged choreographer David Moore to create a brilliantly vibrant routine centred around a masked man representing the mysterious Claptone (who turns out he's quite the showman).
Holly Blakey explores the shifting balance of relationships and the misplacement of power in her video for rising artist Moss Kena.
The director and choreographer blends an abstract psychological drama into a dance performance, with her lead performer (Breanna Box) palpably in the aftermath of a traumatic end-of-relationship event, and looking to find herself again.