Portuguese director Richard F. Coelho tackles the big issues through the medium of dance in his absorbing video for Orelha Negra's Ready.
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Björk returns with another collaboration with Andrew Thomas Huang, together with Gucci's Alessandro Michele and headdress designer James Merry.
Rebecca Lucy Taylor, formerly of Slow Club and latterly of Moonlandingz, has a new solo project and also takes up the director's reins for the first release by Self Esteem, with a lighthearted take on body image and sexuality.
Sickness, sweat and smiles are the order of the day in Brother Willis's visual for King Krule's stylish punk-bossanova crossover with Dum Surfer.
So ill he has to be wheeled in on a gurney, KK joins his equally peaky-looking bandmates for an interminable performance to disinterested onlookers. The effect is to make everyone so eerily clammy that they appear to be actually melting.
Ed Morris reunites with Ibeyi for the first track to be taken from the Cuban-French twins' forthcoming second album Ash. As with his previous work with Ibeyi, he creates starkly conceptual imagery that has a mysterious aura, and deadpan magic realism about it.
A modern Joan of Arc dons her armour to undertake a daunting mission in one of the most hostile and challenging environments known to man - the teenage houseparty. And what could be a more noble cause than rescuing your useless drunken brother from infamy and ridicule?
Polish director/DoP Filip Zaluska's tale of innocence, fear and blighted love for Eskmo's Feed Fire follows two timelines and features one of the most uncomfortable kisses ever screened.