Tom Ringsby's video for Norwegian popster Gabrielle (as opposed to the English chanteuse of Dreams fame) takes her into funny-sad territory.
Charli XCX singer steps into the world of Christine and the Queens for this triumphant duet, directed by Colin Solal Cardo.
Aella Jordan-Edge reworks the Cinderella fairytale in this triumphal visual for NUUXS, the story of a commercial cleaner who finds her own way to the ball.
Mendes and Cabello, lost souls in a hot city, have a short-lived romance in this sun-soaked vignette by Dave Meyers, his latest collab with Camila.
Chris Turner (aka Favourite Colour: Black) takes a slow-burning, minimalistic approach, crammed with intriguing black and white portraiture, for new duo Pinero|Serene.
Tove Lo gets a bit carried away with her breakup advice, travelling all over the world in this “I can’t believe they did that!” video by Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia.
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Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount's second video for the band, following the recent Lately, is a dancefloor-ready comedy about gentrification and ice cream.
"Modern love is limitless" in this subversive, near-future video directed by Bradley&Pablo.
Sakari Suuronen takes a multi-format approach to her video for Szjerdene, where the protagonists take time exploring each other before displaying their emotions and getting much closer.
Harvey Pearson presents a story of urban isolation, and acceptance of yourself, for Amber Bain aka The Japanese House.
Geej Ower has delivered a series of beautifully-realised mini-tales from the city, in this ambitious short film for Thea Gustafsson, aka Becky and the Birds.
Allie Avital travelled to rural Bulgaria with Hundred Waters' Nicole Miglis to create a striking collision of old and new for the euphoric alt-pop of Wave To Anchor.
Molly Gale and Jancarlo Beck - aka directing duo Sleepy Puppies - have created a riveting dramatic vignette for Aquilo, shot at Joshua Tree, California, and achieved in a single take.
Ciaran Lyons' directs Glasgow alt-pop duo Bdy Prts as performers in a bizarre ballet, employing visual wit, VFX and his trademark pixellation technique to create another impressive work.
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