Joe Connor's video for Stereophonics attempts something usually avoided at all costs in videos - the literal retelling of the song's lyrics. But perhaps because the story is so important here - and so fantasically outlandish - Connor goes for it
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Mick Jagger's scathing response to Brexit has inspired a compelling, quietly furious video by Saam Farahmand.
While Jagger uses a sporting metaphor in England Lost to make his point about the country's slide into global irrelevance, Farahmand takes the metaphor in another more cinematic direction.
In his second video for Mick Jagger, Saam Farahmand encapsulates a chaotic world, including the stifling heat, within the nightclub from hell.
Oliver Jennings’s prolific run of music videos since he joined Partizan a few months ago continues with this gritty, fast-paced portrait of a group of young Londoners as they prepare to get into Lovebox Festival in East London by unconventional means, to watch Chase & Status's headlining show.
Skepta toys with expectations of who he really is in his latest collaboration with Matt Walker, for Hypocrisy.
Technology and natural grace vie for attention in Dan Emmerson's absorbing video for DJ Shadow.
Corridors is a cinematic soundscape that goes techno, and Emmerson's visuals reflect the unpredictable nature of the track, cutting between swimsuited girls in a pool and miniature, remote-controlled supercar.
Mahalia mulls over the indiscretions of the previous night in Chris Day's charming video for Sober, shot by Matthew Emvin Taylor, with different formats and stills employed to rewind to her unwise party romance.
Tom Beard frames Jessie Ware as a figure of mystery and passion in his evocative video for Midnight.
The first of a series of videos directed by Beard for Jessie Ware's new album, this makes excellent use of the Belearic locations, with fine work by DoP Tim Sidell and editor Nikki Porter. And clearly Jessie enjoyed shooting it.