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Emmanuel Adjei returns after his video for Mark Pritchard with a new project for Patta Amsterdam that fuses a concept-based performance video with a branded content showcasing a new clothing collaboration.
With the performances set in a life drawing class, we see various individuals interpretations, somewhat darkly inspired by Gulliver's Travels.
Grizzly Bear may be alternative rock royalty, back with a new record after a very long absence, but Beatrice Pegard's approach to the plaintive Mourning Sound is counterintuitively irreverent, bordering on wacky.
Luke Logan's two-song video for Tobi Sunmola is minimal and atmospheric showcase for the young Manchester rapper, who assumes different personas in a night-time forest setting.
Top edit house Cut+Run is partnering the UK Music Video Awards 2017, sponsoring the prestigious Best Editing in a Video award at this year's show in October.
Steve Martin - comedian, actor, and now banjo-playing leader of a bluegrass band – teams with a pair of fellow Saturday Night Live veterans, Bill Hader and Cecily Strong, in the Steep Canyon Rangers' new video for Caroline.
Leilani Croucher creates a series of faux-rubbish tableaux, very static and some actually still images, for Sydney trio Roadhouses. They seem utterly banal, but then slowly reveal their sly wit.
Georgia Hudson makes her biggest splash yet on the international stage with the epic and powerful new video for P!nk.
Combining an emotional narrative, explosive raw performance, colour, fashion, and dance, What About Us is a video that feels as big as the song, while also leaving room for moments of intimacy and emotional depth.
The story of a relationship played out entirely on London public transport, Sophie Muller's video for Wolf Alice follows a familiar path from the initial meeting and mutual attraction onwards. But this ends up somewhere less expected.
Michael Holyk's second video for Callum Beattie follows We Are Stars in emphasising his down-to-earth qualities, but in a very different setting.
Tom Beard frames Jessie Ware as a figure of mystery and passion in his evocative video for Midnight.
The first of a series of videos directed by Beard for Jessie Ware's new album, this makes excellent use of the Belearic locations, with fine work by DoP Tim Sidell and editor Nikki Porter. And clearly Jessie enjoyed shooting it.
Eivind Landsvik's video for Norwegian artist Daniel Kvammen is a beautifully told and beautifully shot story of young love and identity in the Scandinavian summer.
Dan Emmerson creates an intimate festival vibe with his video for Bonzai.