James Whitby's live action/animation hybrid for Gengahr mixes analogue and digital techniques to replace one of the partners in each of three genuine relationships, so they become abstracted cutouts.
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Lewis Cater's video for Black Peaks focusses on a young man caught in the crossfire of a society torn asunder. Cater explains that hard hitting video for the juggernaut rock of Home is a reflection of the current political situation.
Stevie Gee has created a suitably kick-ass cartoon for Candadian hardcore metal-punks Cancer Bats' intensely rocking Gatekeeper, from the new album The Spark That Moves.
Filmed in picturesque Portland, Maine, Wolf Alice frontwoman Ellie Rowsell is the would-be bride making a narrow escape.
Libby Burke Wilde chronicles a night out in Belfast to see local band Jealous Of The Birds play a storming show.
Burke Wilde's experience shooting live performance comes in very handy - and there's also plenty of sexual chemistry and emotion flying around among the featured gig-goers.
Blossoms have a brilliant Tokyo adventure, orchestrated by Masashi Muto, and paying homage to arguably the greatest of all pop movies, A Hard Day's Night.
Phoenix's new video is an irreverent reworking of cultural history by Chris Hopkins at Melbourne-based design and directing team Lost Art, where the band become an integral part of a rare '80s documentary about legendary and controversial fashion photographer Helmut Newton.
Two Mormon missionaries, Elder Smith and Elder Call (Peter McGann and John Doran), go about their usual routine, canvassing across the streets of Dublin, in the video for The Minutes.
But it's clear straight away that Elder Smith has grown tired of the lack of privacy and constant company from the ever-cheery Elder Call. And today is the day he might finally crack.