Just when you think you've dumped your girlfriend or boyfriend, it turns out they've dumped you. That's the principle behind Dylan Holmes Williams's video for Banfi's Never Really Cared, where several biters get well and truly bit, in increasingly imaginative episodes.
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Samuel Taylor's hugely powerful video for Dirty Danger is a rare thing indeed. This close collaboration between the director and the artist shows in a few minutes a palpable reality of life now for many black teenagers in London, where gang culture is rife. It's a white-knuckle thriller that feels utterly authentic. And the message hits you like a hammer.
Jake Jelicich's stylish video for Niall Horan has the feel of an old-school road movie, with Horan accompanied in his '70s Porsche Carerra by a free-spirited female companion.
Thibault Dumoulin's intensely dramatic work for French singer-songwriter Clément Froissard offers a sometimes harrowing portrait of the loss of childhood innocence.
Two men get to know each other during a night out in Moscow - one taking the other on an eventful tour of the city before he returns home the next morning – in George Papazov's noir-ish tale for Russian rock outfit Naked Lunch.
Wolf Alice frontwoman Ellie Rowsell ends up in a very dark place indeed in the very creepy video for Sadboy by Hamish Stephenson.
Ellie's reckless drinking at a party has terrible consequences when she starts coughing up a vile black liquid, passes out, and then finds herself somewhere between Stranger Things' Underneath and the black void of Under The Skin.
Mark Pellington demonstrates just why he is regarded as a music video directing legend, with his remarkable 11 minute 'music film' for Imagine Dragons' Next To Me.
Conducta goes from London to Paris to meet a girl, and ends up meeting another one, in Lewis Rose's breezily entertaining video for Only U.
It's a wonderful ad for Anglo-French relations, with a bittersweet ending that could be seen as a symbol of our ending partnership with one of our main partners in the EU, like a metro ticket disappearing into a machine...