KLVDR takes us to a dark and mysterious English stately home for Steel Banglez’s Your Lovin' - with Banglez surveying a bank of monitors amid the crumbling grandeur of the place.
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As Jaira Burns spits out a few choice words at her soon-to-be ex, Sophia Ray allows the feisty singer-songwriter to put the boot in to a beautiful empty dream doll's house.
And that nicely sums up her sentiments in Sugarcoat: it's all over mate.
It's a big day out for a gang of friends in Sashinski's video for Jonas Blue shot on location in Lisbon.
With featured artists Jack & Jack making their presence felt with an accompanying performance, the flow of the narrative works to an impressive climax - this attractive bunch walk the city and finally end up at a massive outdoor concert by Jonas Blue himself.
KLVDR makes behind the scenes part of the video in this slick joint for Krept & Konan. He adds some heightened reality, that pumps an element of drama into their performance of Wrongs with guest artist Jhené Aiko. And it's delivered in a gorgeous noir grade.
Lewis Cater's video for Blackpool rockers Boston Manor places the band under red neon, both in performance and in dramatic vignettes that appear to spring from the minds of the bandmembers.
It's a very strong look which also references the aesthetics of the band's forthcoming record Welcome to the Neighbourhood.
Nelson De Castro and Carlos López Estrada join forces for another team-up to propel George Ezra on a marvellous surreal journey that comes over like a beautiful live-action cartoon.
Zhang + Knight bring Nao into a discombulated world, where a night walk on a deserted street makes the telephone wires fizzle and burst into flame.
It's a highly atmospheric showcase for Another Lifetime - the first track from the angel-voiced Nao's new album Another Lifetime - beautifully shot by Norm Li.
Shades of an Anton Corbijn classic for Nirvana as new Director/DOP duo Our World Is Grey team up with Neck Deep on their latest single for Don't Wait.
It's a surreal and bleak portrayal of loss of innocence, peppered with political sentiments and symbolism, with stylish art direction (Jess Morgan at Jam Studio), and wrapped in a nostalgic non-heart shaped box.