So after our pick of the best videos under the headings of Animation, Narrative, Comedy and Performance, now here's our ultimate list of the best of the best, the absolute bangers... our …
Best of 2015: Top 20 Narrative Music Videos
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...
Music videos turn pop stars into icons, and this year was no exception. Here are our favourites this year when it's been all about the performance.
Here's our favourite funniest videos of the year - and also some comedy that was not necessarily hilarious, but used satire to create a seismic cultural reaction. We're talking Childish …
From straight documentary to surreal flights of fancy, narrative is the backbone of so many type of music videos. And this year has seen a rich vein of storytelling in music videos.
JGrrey plays two very contrasting roles in this video directed by Harry Cauty, set in a near deserted bar.
Jonas Brothers aim to reclaim their thrones as pop royalty with this lavish comeback video directed by Anthony Mandler.
Broken Antenna and Hak Baker have reunited, following the UKMVA-nominated Like It Or Lump It, for the first single of his upcoming project, and it's a belter.
Swedish directing team BABYBABY send Nick Murphy - formerly known as Chet Faker - off into the desert, and through a dreamscape of floating chairs, clones, and eventually, fragments of his own …
AMA hits the school gym to play ball with the girls in Francis Wallis's smart and playful video for Slip.
This trippy video for The Amazons by Stephen Agnew is an illustrated and animated psychedelic head melt, which sees the band’s live action footage blend seamlessly with moving graphics …