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Three individuals in three separate places come under the influence of unseen forces in Charlie James Reader's video for 11.
It leads them to act in ways that suggests that the toll of everyday life is too much - a metaphorical expression of the stresses and stresses that come with modern urban living.
Shot on a mixture of grainy film and high resolution quality, Meji Alabi's performance piece for Skepta and Wizkid's new track Energy, gives a colourful snapshot of Nigeria's creative youth.
Luke Bather, of this parish, has resourcefully made a video for rock outfit Pijn, using personal stories of loss written by their fans, being read by the bandmembers - with the full transcript of these stories being on an autocue which the viewer here can only see in reverse.
A bit like Radiohead's No Surprises with lots more text, and without Thom Yorke almost drowning.
Sean Pecknold's ninth video for Fleet Foxes maintains the aura and mystique that has surrounded more or less all his work his brother Robin's band.
The latest video for French electronic producer Rone (aka Erwen Castex) is for the title track of his 2017 album Mirapolis, and has been created by his sister, director/illustrator/designer Aurelie Castex. It's also a delightful thing - a hand-drawn journey via paper plane to the party going on at the other side of the universe.
Whilst his mum is out, a young man gets into the usual teenage mischief, such being comically chased in a field by priests and baptised in his pool by a bunch of delusional followers, believing that he may be the Messiah.
Dylan Holmes-Williams works small miracles for Ash in this very entertaining music video.
Following on from his live video for Where did I Go? comes another live performance by Jorj Smith, captured by Shaun James Grant.
The singer's smooth vocals are matched with the set, basking in warm golden tones to emit a 70/90s fusion neo-soul feel.