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Daya 'Safe' by Sophia Ray

Sophia Ray's video for Daya plays on the idea of Safe, by creating a series of apparently safe and comforting spaces.

But there's a darkness behind the colour, and Ray and Daya develop a tension between the worlds she inhabits and the message of the song.

Kodaline 'Shed A Tear' by James Fitzgerald

James Fitzgerald delivers a performance video Kodaline which explores the internal struggle experienced by everyone.

While Fitzgerald keeps it simple for the Shed A Tear videothe video, it is heartfelt, compelling, well executed and a highly effective performance piece.  

 

John Grant 'Love Is Magic' by Fanny Hoetzeneder

They call it Heelwork - the extraordinary displays by dogs and their owners, which amount to extraordinary human and canine choreography.

It's also a reflection of an unconditional love between these owners and their animals, and that is the true subject of Fanny Hoetzeneder's fascinating video for Love Is Magic - the first song released from John Grant's forthcoming fourth album.  

The Chamanas 'Amanecer' by Eric Bravo

A girl feels nostalgic at the thought of a past relationship - both the best moments and the worst in Eric Bravo’s video for The Chamanas. 

As she walks through the city, she passes through familiar locations, causing flashbacks to fill her thoughts. And amid the happy memories there’s a mysterious element of sadness and loss.

SonReal 'Have A Nice Day' by Peter Huang

This lighthearted and abstract performance piece by Peter Huang for SonReal is a funny if somewhat unsettling video. The simple premise is extremely well edited and executed and is the perfect accompaniment for the catchy track. 

If Gap hired SonReal to do his own campaign, maybe they'd end up with something like this.

Dead Naked Hippies 'Guillotine' by James Arden

James Arden’s video for Dead Naked Hippies’ Guillotine explores the singer's battle with mental health: shadows and blinding lights form symbolic imagery surrounding the band's performance, depicting the frontwoman's struggle against inner demons.

Belau ft Sophie Lindinger 'Breath' by Attila Damokos

A young woman travels alone to an unknown destination on a journey of self-discovery, in this video for Hungarian duo Belau, directed by Attila Damokos.

Little by little, she learns to embrace her solitude, in this well-made, nicely paced video for Breath, featuring the vocals of Sophie Lindinger.

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