Alice Moitié's quirky black comedy for Myd and Cola Boyy's new track Muchas sticks the boot into corporate mentality and its dark side in a very entertaining fashion.
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Whilst his mum is out, a young man gets into the usual teenage mischief, such being comically chased in a field by priests and baptised in his pool by a bunch of delusional followers, believing that he may be the Messiah.
Dylan Holmes-Williams works small miracles for Ash in this very entertaining music video.
A few months ago, Kali Uchis's video for After The Storm, directed by Nadia Lee Cohen, featured Tyler the Creator, and displayed a certain Tyler-esque aesthetic. So how apt that Tyler's video for See You Again - featuring Kali - should continue the cartoon surreal subversiveness of that video, and ramp it up even more.
Villagers' Conor O'Brien goes out for a romantic dinner date, and offers his dinner partner a remarkable token of his affection, in Bob Gallagher's tragi-comic video for Fool.
Aaron Bevan-Bailey’s video for Neil Thomas is shot entirely from the point of view of a cynical young man who must relive the same day of 'Schoolboy Errors' over and over until he gets it right!
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.
Simon Cahn brings us the gripping story of a young man, heartbroken at the loss of his pet cat and desperate to find a new furry friend. And then he finds the perfect, amazing replacement: a ferret that can sing.
Two Mormon missionaries, Elder Smith and Elder Call (Peter McGann and John Doran), go about their usual routine, canvassing across the streets of Dublin, in the video for The Minutes.
But it's clear straight away that Elder Smith has grown tired of the lack of privacy and constant company from the ever-cheery Elder Call. And today is the day he might finally crack.