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Slaves 'Chokehold' by Phil Poole

The full force of Slaves' blistering rock gets another entertaining accompaniment from their regular collaborator Phil Poole.

This follow-up to Cut And Run, Chokehold is another track from the band's new album Acts Of Fear And Love.

You Me At Six '3am' by Daniel Broadley

Daniel Broadley’s video for You Me At Six is separated out into three acts and explores 'the expectation', 'the reality' and 'the peak' of a night out.  

With its use of atmospheric lighting, dark and flourescent, this performance piece is intertwinned with this engaging, well executed narrative that’s both comedic and sophisticated.

Bebe Rexha 'I'm A Mess' by Sophie Muller

Sophie Muller helms a stylised conceptual performance video for Bebe Rexha.

I'm A Mess is an intense, immersing experience, set in a 'pop video' version of an asylum, with the expressive choreography acting as the physical embodiment of the build up and entanglement of Rexha's own emotions in her big-hearted performance.

Stefflon Don 'Lil Bitch' by Silent Tapes

Don't mess with Stefflon Don!

Silent Tapes's video for the intro to Lil Bitch serves as a trailer to the new album Secure. It's also gripping, brazen, brutal and sexy, as Steff dispatches her haters and rivals with hair-raisingly extreme prejudice. And all the while, she's wearing an amazing hat that would not look out of place on Ladies Day at Ascot races. 

Sam Frankl 'Patina' by Will & Carly

Will & Carly's video for Sam Frankl is a highly stylised piece of performance that explores the collapse of a relationship thorugh choregoraphy in a simple stark space. 

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.  

 

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