Sophia Ray’s presents a visual treat influenced by Renaissance and pre-Raphaelite painting for Amber Mark's Love Me Right, contrasted with more realistic, semi-dramatised scenes of her experiencing problems with her lover.
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Brighton-based singer-songwriter, YouTuber and author Emma Blackery has some poptastic fun in this very pink video for Dirt directed by James Ayling.
It's not dirty at all.
Kara Marni displays her fine voice and chemistry with her drummer in Sophie+Robert's charming video for Curve, shot on 16mm.
Kara also parades a splendidly varied wardrobe, styled by Amy Croysdill.
Here's a direct, intimate and classically composed character portrait of Isaac Gracie for his latest single Last Words by Jackson Ducasse - which is part of an ongoing collaboration between Gracie and Ducasse.
Denim blue is the new black in Ben Strebel's new video for The Kills.
Strebel presents an impressionistic take on mass incarceration with Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince as the handcuffed, still bolshy leaders of a gang of choreographed convicts.
It's a new, more sinister take on that classic stylised take on prison life, Jailhouse Rock.
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.
AKA George shows he can rock with Manic Machine. And he can also do the near-impossible and rock a portable mobility scooter, with the help of his manager's 80s year old mother, in Tom Ewbank's endearing video.
It's quite a change from Ewbank's last music video outing, a gripping psycho-drama for Jordan Rakei. But as with that one, he was pretty much a one-man crew.
Pale Waves's Heather is part-puppet, part-human, very Scissorhands, and a really quite Robert Smith, in Adam Powell's video for Heavenly.
It's a minimalistic and graphically powerful set-up, with Heather animated via the cables attached to her bodysuit by a great unseen puppet-master (or mistress).