Aella Jordan-Edge takes to the London nightclub scene to film Matoma’s Lonely’ ft. MAX. With an “imaginary friend” concept at its core, this video was inspired by Aella’s love for the classic film Harvey.
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Shooting on Kodak 16mm 200T allowed Matthew Sterling to capture the vibe of Caitlyn Scarlett's Ornaments.
Casual, cool and independence resonnate through her honest lyrics, reflected by the tinted shots of the singer pacing through the local supermarket, a colourful, banal scene contrasted with the intimacy of her bedroom shown through other clips.
Wouter Stoter captures “a single moment repeated from 18 different angles” in this intriguing video for Kim Janssen.
This is a party where a group of expats gather, and a series of mini-character studies take place as a ball skidding into a swimming pool initiates a growing sense of strangeness.
Silent Tapes's third video for Adam French takes one evolutionary step in their visual world for the singer-songwriter, moving towards a very dark reality.
In fact, it's nightmarish, as a number of lost souls strungle to survive in the darkness of a brutal city. And throughout, a single, miraculous orange tree on a street corner sheds its fruit.
Thor Brenne's video for Ina Wroldsen is a strikingly metaphorical retelling if a folk tale through dance.
Grant Singer's latest video for The Weeknd gets more epic and enigmatic as it goes along.
Austin Peters has created an atmospheric, grungy and woozily lo-fi video for Diplo's collab with emerging SoundCloud rapper Lil Xan.
Shot on various formats, the scenes include Diplo and Lil Xan hanging in a rundown car in a field. Xan also walks woozily around a house party a la Mean Streets, a gas station and the aisles of a convenience store.
Oscar Sansom and Ciaran Lyons, directing colleagues at The Forest Of Black, have collaborated for the first time as a directing team on this lovely video for Belle & Sebastian's Poor Boy.
They take us to a classic Glasgow tenement, where a young lad takes a voyeuristic interest in the strange behaviour of his neighbours (including several members of B&S).