Singer-songwriter Steve Kopandy's epic ballad Avalanche gets a suitably spectacular video directed and shot by Frank Niewenhuis.
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Maddy King's video for Australian electronic duo Moza opens on images of a young motorcyclist gliding through empty roads with a background of white-tipped mountains, an alluring image of freedom. But it turns out that the young man carries a heavy burden.
A girl feels nostalgic at the thought of a past relationship - both the best moments and the worst in Eric Bravo’s video for The Chamanas.
As she walks through the city, she passes through familiar locations, causing flashbacks to fill her thoughts. And amid the happy memories there’s a mysterious element of sadness and loss.
Jessica Wilde turns her man into all kinds of useful everyday items in Brigitta Szaszfai's video for Cry For Me.
It's certainly fired by an interesting idea. As men have a problem showing their emotions, they need a little push. So turning them into a a bathroom tap is a good way to get the tears flowing.
Shot on only 6 rolls of film, Salim Adam creates a feel-good, summer video filmed on location in London for Gorgon City's latest track Hear That.
The visual motif of the ice cream van, slick choreography and use of film combines to create a distinct old-school feel, capturing a brief snapshot of summer in London - a simple premise brilliantly executed.
Taking it’s cues from themes explored in Idles’ second record, Will Hooper's video for the Bristol band's Colossus is a brooding response to being overwhelmed - by maintenance, by connecting, by solitude. Overwhelmed to the point where you become entirely consumed in a moment.
Max Siedentopf - who recently joined Riff Raff Film's new talent department Nursery Of Evil – directs this bonkers new video for Dutch band De Likt.
Gerardo Naranjo, director of TV shows Narcos and The Bridge, has collaborated with Interpol to create a brilliantly experimental video for their track The Rover, from the upcoming sixth album.