Matthias Hoene's very charming video for Eels tells the story of a Rusty, the drainpipe man - he's an abandoned and corroded set of drainpipes who ventures into the wide world to find his original owner, only to realise that he is surplus to requirements, and therefore homeless. So he must reinvent himself...
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Will Mayer turns a very tangible fear into an existential threat in his haunting video for Bad Bad Not Good.
A man sits in a car, inexorably filling up with water. When he escapes, he then find himself in another situation where rising waters could engulf him at any moment.
Jared Hogan has created a series of simple but hugely striking portraits of ordinary people for alt-country artist HC McEntire's heartfelt Baby's Got The Blues.
The subjects are all connected to Heather (HC) McEntire, and some of them also become her fellow performers...
Dexter Navy presents us a video of two worlds set in NYC and London – each dominated by A$AP Rocky and Skepta. Beautifully contrasted at times with clever trickery and an omnipresent look which oozes cool.
Connor Burke keeps it simple, intimate and domestic in his video for The Saxophones. He captures each member performing Mysteries Revealed in separate rooms of a light-filled apartment.
Maggie Rogers reunites with director Zia Anger for her new video, where she expresses herself in a freeflowing dance in the desert, to prompt the heavens to open. And eventually they do.
Chris Hopewell's second video for Father John Misty, after the MVA-winning film for Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before The Revolution, is another extraordinary voyage of discovery.
The second video for pop supergroup LSD brings the psychedelic animation of the first into the real world, and it really takes flight in the hands of Ernest Desumbila.