Director and VFX/CG supervisor Jay Harwood has created an arresting video for Danish electronica duo Lulu Rouge, building a fantastical superreality in CGI to represent a dying love affair.
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The Weeknd and BRTHR go all video-nasty in this neon-drenched clip for Party Monster.
Rob Jury utilises his experience working on Harry Potter and The Chronicles of Narnia movies to create a visual feast for Izzy Flynn, portraying the London singer-songwriter in three separate personas, confronting strange characters in CG-enhanced scenarios.
Sammy Rawal's second video for the Canadian pop-electronica artist Hannah Georgas expands upon his first for Don't Go a few months ago in using gif-like repetition to emphasise the rhythms of the track Evelyn.
Alan Masferrer presents a heavy-smoking playboy and his delightfully energetic friend in this kooky and very charming two-hander for LA's electro-disco duo Oliver.
Sometimes you have to face your demons, and sometimes, you have to literally face a demon. The latter appears to be the case in Daniel Brown's video for Big Wild.
In a dimly-lit, waterlogged and neglected tennis court at some time in the not-too-distant future, we watch a young woman face off in a vital battle against a creature with glowing eyes that lurks in the shadows.
Yousef creates a smart visual for Canadian duo Lydia & Sebastien. Beginning as a standard split-screen type affair, with colourful cinematography and clever framing to create contrasts and parallels between the left and right side, we're given a portrait of a love split across distance.
This visually arresting and beautifully designed video for Triangle Records artist Serpent With Feet is the first by the new directing team Crudo, comprised of two very experienced creatives: photographer and director Timothy Saccenti, and Alvin Cruz, CD at Method VFX studio.