In Neil Ferron's wonderfully odd video for Shine A Light, all the happy folks of the countryside gather to give a guard of of honour to the proud lady pulling a cart carrying her prized possession - a half-human/half-goat baby.
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Steve Martin - comedian, actor, and now banjo-playing leader of a bluegrass band – teams with a pair of fellow Saturday Night Live veterans, Bill Hader and Cecily Strong, in the Steep Canyon Rangers' new video for Caroline.
Georgia Hudson makes her biggest splash yet on the international stage with the epic and powerful new video for P!nk.
Combining an emotional narrative, explosive raw performance, colour, fashion, and dance, What About Us is a video that feels as big as the song, while also leaving room for moments of intimacy and emotional depth.
The story of a relationship played out entirely on London public transport, Sophie Muller's video for Wolf Alice follows a familiar path from the initial meeting and mutual attraction onwards. But this ends up somewhere less expected.
Eivind Landsvik's video for Norwegian artist Daniel Kvammen is a beautifully told and beautifully shot story of young love and identity in the Scandinavian summer.
Damien Reeves' latest video for Lucy Spraggan creates a dignified portrait of an elderly woman trapped by her decline into dementia.
In his second video for Mick Jagger, Saam Farahmand encapsulates a chaotic world, including the stifling heat, within the nightclub from hell.
New Zealander Dylan Pharazyn continues his run of intriguing and atmospheric videos for Die! Die! Die! with this strobtastic mystery.