Stephen Agnew's adds in-camera effects, optical illusions and post to a banging performance by Dublin rock band Fangclub in a spooky big house for Better To Forget.
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With a blood-stained body thrown in the trunk (okay, boot) of their car, Dead Naked Hippies go for a little drive, in James Arden's video for I Wanna Know Ya.
With suitably stark blue-tinged performance footage, they race through the city at night, to destination unknown. They might just get away with murder...
Aella Jordan-Edge directs this dark surreal video for Marmozets latest single Habits. A mannequin couple holds frozen poses in typically romantic, movie trope settings. They often inhabit the same space as the band themselves, until a final twist when the line between mannequin and human becomes blurred.
Andy Little spins a spooky tale for Yorkshire band Glass Caves' I Do, just in time for Halloween season.
Three teens, out in the countryside, nosey through the window of a local farm, and discover far more than they bargained for. Including the band themselves, looking suspiciously unwell and very compliant to the whims of the man of the house.
Nicholas Lam doesn't only bring the song to the screen, he also pretty much encapsulates the name of the band in this drama for Last Second Chance which ultimately has the viewer on the edge of their seat.
Crystal Fighters perform while lying on their backs in flatbed trucks that are speeding down a freeway, in Rob Brandon's video for Yellow Sun.
It's a development of something he's done before, when part of directing duo Rob & Rob, and this is just as effective.
After their walk in Santa Monica for I Want You Back, HAIM walk into Oil Can Harry's in Studio City, for a spot of line dancing.
Following internet-breaking films like 'First Kiss', which alone amassed over 156.6 million views, Tatia Pilieva returns with another emotionally-charged film experience, for U2.