Alex Karpovsky (from Girls) is a bad magician in the new MGMT video, hated by his meagre audience for his terrible tricks. And he's stuck in a Groundhog Day-style loop. Maybe he's dreaming - or dying? Because then the world changes, with new hidden, and frankly horrible depths, as he falls onto the operating table surrounded by surgeons.
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Mr Miller is the local dog lover who organises events for his favourite canines, in Johnny Mourgue's video for Tom Chaplin's seasonal offering - featuring the legendary Dudley Sutton.
It's a sweet narrative with a message of hope, and a nod towards the Christmas feeling of the track.
Dan Medhurst's film for modern classical artist Grandbrothers is a loose adaptation of the ancient Greek myth of Sisyphus, who struggled to push a large rock up a mountain only for it to roll back down and for him to start again each day.
Rich Hall teams up with ethereal crooner Isaac Gracie for his haunting new track Terrified, which sees Gracie drifting through Kubrickian hallways. Some dark and atmospheric, some lonely and melancholic, others vibrant and over the top. It turns out to be the set of a horror movie.
Steve Barron, music video legend, director of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean, A-Ha's Take On Me and many more, makes a surprise return to his old stamping ground with this low budget video for Field Trip To The Moon, the project of London-based singer/songwriter and actress Angela Christofilou and Dan Cross.
Chinese pop superstar Chris Lee delves into a dystopian world of youth alienation and dark technology where the myserious black orb rules over everything, in this sumptuously-produced video directed by Italian filmmaker Marco Prestini, and photographed by Giuseppe Favale.
French rapper Ichon plays a jovial TV presenter whose avuncular mask keeps slipping, in Athys De Galzain's video for Maintenant.
Barney Clay's atmospheric drama features French singer Soko as an icily cool city girl, post-sex.
And there's a reason why her pickup doesn't stir when she ramps up the volume of Daniel Luppi's Pretty Prizes - featuring Karen O and Parquet Courts - on the stereo.