Nicholas Lam doesn't only bring the song to the screen, he also pretty much encapsulates the name of the band in this drama for Last Second Chance which ultimately has the viewer on the edge of their seat.
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Ollie Wolf has created a beautifully-crafted short film for British singer-songwriter Tom Walker, exploring themes rippling through British society that have arguably been brought into sharper focus by Brexit.
After a successful heist, two members of the gang betray the others and make a getaway with the spoils, in Shawn Butcher's riveting video for The Last Skeptik's Trouble - subtitled "a tragedy in three acts".
Shatara Michelle Ford's video for Kismet, Amani Starnes' new music project, is a homage to Hitchcock's Vertigo "with a female gaze".
Shot on 35mm, its an low-budget experimental piece with scenes that replay with the roles (and genders) swapped. And the bittersweet mood seems as influenced by Todd Haynes as Hitchcock.
Rollo Jackson has written and directed a powerful, thought-provoking short drama to accompany Stormzy's acclaimed, era-defining debut album Gang Signs & Prayer. It crystallises the themes of the album into a narrative of a young Afro-Caribbean boy in London who is drawn to become a 'bad boy', with terrible consequences.
Paloma Faith returns with the first video from her new album The Architect, and the first of a two part collaboration with UKMVA-nominated Thomas James.
Fred Rowson's video for Bree Runway is an all-too-believeable story of exploitation of young female talent in the pop industry, with a righteous side-order of revenge.
Bree becomes the subject of a photo session with a top photographer, who uses his position to assert increasing levels of control, which ratchets into sexual abuse. But he has messed with the wrong girl.
Newly-svelte Sam Smith teams with long term collaborator Luke Monaghan to visualise the big comeback single Too Good At Goodbyes. And not surprisingly, it's emotional.