David Knight - 17th Dec 2015

Our round-up of 2015 continues with our favourite 20 narrative music videos of the year - a very difficult selection process, but we've narrowed it down to this tremendous bunch of clips that show exceptional storytelling skills in a variety of forms.

Great stories, great characterisation, some great performances, and a great deal of imaginative subversions of the storytelling form, from Rag N Bone Man's Hell Yeah, to Hot Chip's Need You Now, to Flying Lotus's Corunus The Terminator (above). 

From the wonderful suburban ensemble fantasy-drama of Data's Don't Think to the intense, surreal relationship study for The Shoes' Submarine, its been a very strong year...

David Knight - 17th Dec 2015

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