Make like it’s the late 80’s with this surprising and excellent latecomer video for KT Tunstall’s impactful collaborative song ‘Two Way’, featuring guitar-slaying, perma-hat-wearing, swoonesome James Bay, taken from her latest album release ‘KIN’.
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Stevie Russell's gets back to together with Kodaline - this is his sixth video for the band – and once again he provides us with a hero we can all root for.
He's a zookeeper with a problem - he'll only talk to animals, not humans. Can the new girl at the zoo bring him out of his shell? Not if his arrogant love rival from the lion's enclosure has anything to do with it.
A sailor cast adrift in his damaged boat struggles with his demons and visions of a loved one in Charles Mehling's video for Tom Walker - who performs Leave A Light On, on land.
The third instalment of Cyrus Mirzashafa's trilogy of videos for Two Penny Blue is a satisfying look at the arc of a relationship, from the spark of attraction to painful split, but with more wit and flair than this kind of story usually gets.
Andy Little spins a spooky tale for Yorkshire band Glass Caves' I Do, just in time for Halloween season.
Three teens, out in the countryside, nosey through the window of a local farm, and discover far more than they bargained for. Including the band themselves, looking suspiciously unwell and very compliant to the whims of the man of the house.
Nicholas Lam doesn't only bring the song to the screen, he also pretty much encapsulates the name of the band in this drama for Last Second Chance which ultimately has the viewer on the edge of their seat.
Django Django are back, with Tic Tac Toe, and a new video by regular collaborator John Maclean - borther of the bands's drummer and producer David.
In it, Vincent Neff leaves the band's caravan to have a cool, speeded-up English seaside adventure (it was shot in Hastings): a quick successful pool game, fish & chips, a trippy trip on the Ghost Train.
Ollie Wolf has created a beautifully-crafted short film for British singer-songwriter Tom Walker, exploring themes rippling through British society that have arguably been brought into sharper focus by Brexit.