Jade Mortimer's clip for Ride is a mysterious run into the great black void.
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Dave Grohl assumes directing duties for Foo Fighters' new fist-pumping stadium anthem Run. And Dave doesn't miss the opportunity to let the band raid the makeup box once again, with a characteristically comedic and no-holds-barred effort, with perhaps an underlying message: old folks want to rock too.
WIZ teams up yet again with Kasabian for a jailhouse rock of sorts.
A boy left home alone deals with the freedom and the loneliness in a wholly feasible way in Stroma Cairns's video for Sundara Karma's Happy Family.
In an excellent performance from young Luca Lamche - it's just him all the way through - it leads to an outpouring of emotion that culminates in him donning one of his mother's dresses, as a way of dealing with her continuing absence.
It's not quite Beatlemania, but it's a close second. Jun Bung Lee's video for The Bay Rays apes the famous talk show performances of the 1960s.
A chance encounter with director Andrew Baird led to Irish trio Ash commissioning this cinematic short film featuring three tracks from the band's new album. This itself begins with a chance encounter before developing into an intense, impressionistic drama about a tumultuous relationship touched by tragedy.
Love blooms on a fine afternoon in Bergen between a dog and a duck, sweetly yet fleetingly, in Carlín Díaz's delightful video for the awesomely-named Kakkmaddafakka - who are based in Bergen.
Lo-fi, high octane, urban transport system shenanigans from Cyrus Mirzashafa for indie-rock duo Vita Bergen's In The City.
Appropriately, it's an an amped-up trip around London, mainly on the Tube, and the fact everything has been thrown into the scuzzy VHS filter does not detract from its watchability. It never lets up, and works a treat.