MNEK isn't afraid to show off his personality and extraness as he rocks the shoot, hyped by his crew, in this collaboration with Luke Biggins.
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Niall Trask, Insecure Men frontman Saul Adamczewski, and a very close friend repair to Primrose Hill to bring the scurrilous Cliff Has Left The Building to life, for your pleasure.
Panic! at the Disco's new video, directed by Brendan Walter and Mel Soria, for their track High Hopes is a performance piece shot on location in downtown LA.
Frontman Brendon Urie scales some dizzying heights for this simple yet well, executed premise, utilising some highly effective VFX to create the impressive visuals.
Shot from an intimate POV perspective, Rocky Nti delivers a powerful performance in KLVDR's video for Follow You.
And the clip features India Hope as the object of his affections, establishing a romance with the camera at close quarters, within the confines of a well-lit empty loft warehouse space.
Daniel Sannwald has created a performance piece for Warp's latest signee Yves Tumor that builds considerable atmosphere with the classic techniques of lighting, and simple in-camera effects.
Tumor looms out of the shadows, bathed in scarlet light, sometimes distorted, as in a hall-of-mirrors, sometimes masked and interacting with other masked figures.
The latest by the prolific Dir. Lx, features iLL Blue as a high roller flashing the cash in neon-stripped containers, with the help of tattooed girls and his buddies Krept, Konan, Loski and ZieZie.
Sarah Close flourishes in her new video for this post breakup anthem, co-directed by the singer and RVBBERDUCK.
Set against the backdrop of a gritty warehouse, Close delivers a compelling combination of vocal and dance performance which is captured in a continuous steadicam shot.
Following the track’s title and wordplay on ancient themes, Gosia Herman's video for Polish rapper Żabson draws inspiration from old Hollywood movies set in antiquity and classic musicals, while remaining faithful to the rap performance video form.