Taking inspiration from the title of the track and the concept of the new Public Service Broadcasting album, They Gave Me A Lamp reflects on the history of coal mining communities in the UK.
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Melanie C has released her latest track Dear Life, now paired with these lovely, melancholic visuals directed by David East.
It sees an impassioned performance by the former Spice Girl, lit by home movie projections set against a sequence where a couple explore the city together, uncertain about the future of their love.
Emil Nava is as slick as he is prolific, and he certainly proves that with this video for Calvin Harris and Rihanna's This Is What You Came For - his eighth video this year.
Adam Powell reunites with The 1975 to showcase their new pop-funk direction, and frontman Matty Healy's swoonworthy toplessness, in this slick performance video for Ugh!, which features projection-mapping over a Kraftwerk-style set – and was shot entirely on film.
Dawn Shadforth delivers some spectacular visuals in the promo for Siberian newcomer Polyna to perfectly compliment the haunting soundtrack that is her new single Angel. A selection of back projections, in-camera effects and Aaron Sillis maverick choreography complete the mix.
Shot in black and white, Michael Holyk delivers this very cool lofi performance promo for Cool Kid by Belfast trio Southern.
Assembling in a large open space, the band - comprising of siblings Thom and Lucy Southern with drummer Eoghan Clifford - do their thing in front of a projection screen showing abstract imagery whilst Holyk plays with light, shade and shadows...
Shot at London's iconic Screen On The Green cinema in Islington, Joe Connor - an ex-projectionist himself - enhances the good time glam-vibe of The Moons' Heart And Soul' with this lovely monochrome piece.
John Hillcoat mixes original lost footage of the late, great Johnny Cash with imagery of the American homeless in his triumphant promo for She Used To Love Me A Lot.