Spanish director Alan Masferrer has created an idiosyncratic showcase for Alessia Cara - winner of Best New Artist at the 2018 Grammys - and the first single from her new album: a very stripped-down, conceptually-led version of a big studio production number that figuratively represents the jumble of emotions in Alessia's song Growing Pains.
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When Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux co-directed the video for PUP's Guilt Trip, he really started something.
Luke Tierney, more commonly known as exective prodcuer and head of music at FRIEND in London, makes his directing debut with this effective one-shot video for electro-pop artist Art School Girlfriend.
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Billy Boyd Cape's fourth video for Kwaye is a soulful performance of Jasmine, stylishly captured in a single shot.
Within an intimate setting, Kwaye begins quietly, then smoulders before exploding with passion. And with a shirt unbuttoned to the navel and Molly Manning Walker's camera exploring his body, he is a magnetic and very sexy presence. You can't take your eyes off him.
Singer-songwriter Etham delivers a heartfelt performance of his song Better Now in Raja Virdi's latest one-shot live video, shot at The Crypt in London.
DoP David Wright shot this on a MOVI using vintage anamorphic Cooke XTAL lenses, which gives the piece a warm, cinematic feel.
Joe Connor's video for Sam Smith starts on stage at the London Palladium. But this begins where the public performance ends.