Following their successes including Rhianna and Fine Wine, KVLDR and Yxng Bane collaborate yet again for Vroom, a performance-based video with additional VFX wizardry.
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Pale Waves's Heather is part-puppet, part-human, very Scissorhands, and a really quite Robert Smith, in Adam Powell's video for Heavenly.
It's a minimalistic and graphically powerful set-up, with Heather animated via the cables attached to her bodysuit by a great unseen puppet-master (or mistress).
Lucrecia Taormina brings Cuckoolander to a performance cube where she can collaborate with her dancer-sisters for Mercury – with highly expressive choreography to echo the song's frantic sentiment.
Oliver Jennings video for One Way has Suspect, Skepta and Jesse James Solomon each taking the wheel in a studio-set action thriller, taking care of business and running the gauntlet with the law.
Frank Turner's easy charisma is very much to the fore in Michael Baldwin's straight-ahead performance video for Blackout.
Jake Jelicich's stylish video for Niall Horan has the feel of an old-school road movie, with Horan accompanied in his '70s Porsche Carerra by a free-spirited female companion.
Courtney Barnett explores the universe with a little help from some stylish pointy-faced aliens - the sort you'd find in an episode of Star Trek directed by St. Vincent - in her latest collaboration with Danny Cohen, who directed the videos for Barnett's recent team-up project with Kurt Vile.
Samuel Taylor's hugely powerful video for Dirty Danger is a rare thing indeed. This close collaboration between the director and the artist shows in a few minutes a palpable reality of life now for many black teenagers in London, where gang culture is rife. It's a white-knuckle thriller that feels utterly authentic. And the message hits you like a hammer.