Luke Tierney, more commonly known as exective prodcuer and head of music at FRIEND in London, makes his directing debut with this effective one-shot video for electro-pop artist Art School Girlfriend.
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With Rudimental and Major Lazer's anthemic collaboration Let Me Live about to take over our summer, South African photographer and director Chris Saunders provide the fantastic blockbuster video that the dancehall-inspired track deserves.
Spanish director Alan Masferrer has created an idiosyncratic showcase for Alessia Cara - winner of Best New Artist at the 2018 Grammys - and the first single from her new album: a very stripped-down, conceptually-led version of a big studio production number that figuratively represents the jumble of emotions in Alessia's song Growing Pains.
Yes, a music video by Mondino!
Oscar Worldpeace’s latest visual offering, directed by Brock Neal Roberts, explores young, innocent London love.
The growing sense that Héloïse Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, aka 'Chris', is an artist apart from all the others, marching to her own tune, is strengthened by this collaboration with Colin Solal Cardo for the video for Doesn't Matter.
Jordan Rossi, director and important voice in the LGBTQ community, has teamed up with returning electro-house duo Blonde for uplifting piano house banger Me, Myself & I, with a video that focusses on the power of the individual.
Evergreen Rick Astley returns with a stripped-back performance video directed by Vaughan Arnell - but it's not quite just the man and his mic.