The guys from Dutch Uncles spend a day at Buxton Raceway - taking advantage of the racetrack's windswept, cinematic rural location - in this video for their title track from upcoming album Big Balloon.
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A year on from his death, and to mark what would have been his 70th birthday on the 8th January, a new EP of David Bowie's final recordings from the Lazarus musical, and a new video for the track No Plan.
Patrick Blades' Crystal Fighters video is a bike ride through a quiet world where everyone's temporarily checked out.
Beginning on quiet residential streets, there's no indication that there's anything amiss in this quiet bike ride until you notice the errant foot sticking out from behind a wall, and that's when things start to turn a little dystopian.
"This film is based on a true story,” says Matt Devine - and I'd like to think he's not joking.
Watch in awe as a man attempts to escape a potential alien abduction (and rescue his beers) in a near-empty car park. A great concept executed brilliantly by exploiting the viewer's imagination by leaving things unseen.
Prolific music video director Joe Connor has delivered a stunning video for Elbow's new track Magnificent, capturing life in Myanmar, mainly from the perspective of young girls who radiate innocent happiness, together with a look at the country's rich spiritual tradition.
Welcome to the personal pop project of commercials and music video director Tim Hope (Coldplay, REM, Jimmy Eat World), and an awesome primal scream of a music video, where Barbie doll versions of Hope and musical collaborator Gary Le Strange get imaginatively homicidal with Britain's biggest blabbermouth DJs.
Allie Avital looks to the end of the known world with Austra's Future Politics.
A girl wakes to find that she has turned into a demonic version of herself, in an increasingly jungly bedroom, in Londoner Chelou's video for Halfway To Nowhere.