Released in January, Oren Lavie's video for Second Hand Lovers has been garnering acclaim and awards ever since. After a Jury award at SXSW and being selected for screening at the Tribeca Film Festival, it's just picked up the Best Concept prize at the Berlin Music Video Awards. All this attention is entirely deserved.
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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.
Donny Benét explores the tricky yet exciting world of internet dating in Love Online, and as the video by PAXI and Cem shows, he's ready to give some lucky person the time of their lives.
Allie Avital brings us a mesmerising glimpse into the dramatic, chaotic and romantic world of Serpentwithfeet for the song Cherubim - described as an unsettling musical collision of Brandy and Tom Waits.
London-based animator Andy Baker does a great job bringing the brilliantly bold cartoonish illustrations of Robin Velghe - aka Rhymezlikedimez - to life for NxWorries in the supercool video for Lyk Dis.
Baker and Velghe take the duo - that's Anderson.Paak and Knxwledge - on a southern Californian roadtrip where everything appears just a bit suggestive to their one-track minds...
A woman dances like there's no tomorrow in Tom Ringsby's video for Paul White's Set The Tone.
It's clear that her agitated movement is not necessarily corresponding to the track, with its haunting vocals by Denai Moore, but more like a form of therapy. Consequently we're drawn into wanting to know more about this apparently troubled character.
Much-loved alt-folk-pop outfit Tunng are back, a new album on the way, and a lovely animated video by the Polish animation team Kijek/Adamski for the first single, ABOP.