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With Years & Years' concept-led second album Palo Santo on the way, the second video by Fred Rowson is the next episode in the story of Y&Y's Olly Alexander as a captive human performer in a world dominated by androids.
Janelle Monáe's, Dirty Computer, directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning, is an Emotion Picture* that ties Monáe’s recent music videos into one cohesive whole, which includes Andrew's direction on the stunning clip for Django Jane.
Instead of a video for one track from American jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington's new album Heaven And Earth, director Jenn Nkiru and creative director Bradford Young are behind an innovative campaign of one minute 'teaser' videos for four different songs.
David Wilson's long-awaited mega-video for Arcade Fire is a double-sided beauty as contrasting as it's title, Money + Love.
First comes the Black Mirror-esque satire for Put Your Money On Me, where the band are sold ino recod company slavery, with Toni Collette as the ice-hearted label exec, who makes them play a product-endorsing show at a casino.
Over three tracks by the Baltimore band Pianos Become The Teeth, Michael Parks Randa tells the freewheeling story of two girls who hook up in New York City at Halloween, and set off on an unpredictable journey into the unknown.
The final instalment of Zhang + Knight's Vertigo trilogy for Eden, Float depicts the breakdown of a young couple’s relationship after a supernatural encounter with a meteor.
Rollo Jackson has written and directed a powerful, thought-provoking short drama to accompany Stormzy's acclaimed, era-defining debut album Gang Signs & Prayer. It crystallises the themes of the album into a narrative of a young Afro-Caribbean boy in London who is drawn to become a 'bad boy', with terrible consequences.