No hanging about in 2019. You guys have hit the ground running with an unusually strong start to the year in terms of the output of music vids.
Videos of the Month - February 2019
Two months into 2019, and we're clocking up some very good work, from Dexter Navy's latest collab with A$AP Rocky to Low Country hip-hop artist Zwanger Guy's eyecatching videos.
We also welcomed the return of Michel Gondry to music videos - with brother Olivier - for old pals The Chemical Brothers; The Specials' brilliant take on Brexit Britain with Dan Emmerson; and Sophie Muller cracks hiphop's A-list with Lil Pump. And a nod to Tarantino's first classic by Tom Ringsby for Oh Brother (above).
And much, more more besides...
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A massive month for music videos saw amazing work from an eclectic range of sources, including double servings of bangers from both A$AP Rocky and The 1975.
October went by like a blur. In that super-fast, super-busy month we had the UKMVAs, the launch of the new-look Promonews (finally) and also some of the year's biggest music videos.
Ben Strebel has created a strikingly metaphorical and intensely visceral video for The Hour; a harrowing look at disenfranchised Britain and the exploration of freedom.
Two Door Cinema Club are back with a beautifully wacky form of lyric video from Max Siedentopf, who's taken inspiration from every single sentence of the band's new song Talk, and has …
Rita Ora proves to be a master of disguise - and have more than a passing resemblance to J-Lo - in this video directed by the prolific Hannah Lux Davis that ponders the downside of fame.
Christopher Rogers directs a dreamy, sun-drenched visual for up and coming London rapper Lord Apex.
A deceitful televangelist and two church servants exploit the devotion of an ensemble of innocent believers, until events spiral strangely out of control, in Ian Isak's compelling …
A sick mother and her son escape from hospital to have a special day together, in Charlotte Regan's emotional video for Mumford & Sons' Beloved.