James Whitby's live action/animation hybrid for Gengahr mixes analogue and digital techniques to replace one of the partners in each of three genuine relationships, so they become abstracted cutouts.
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Cable Street Collective's So We Go is about the stresses and strains of modern life – being pushed and pulled in a million different directions at once, leaving you feeling all twisted out of shape. So Cassidy Burcher has visualised that with extensive use of a leaf blower on the faces of the band and friends.
Artist and filmmaker Greg Barth explores intimacy in an increasingly digitized world in this thought-provoking music video for French electronic producer, Rone.
Concepts of virtual sex and loneliness are taken to their logical extremes in this dystopian vision that seamlessly fuses intimate live action performance with slick 3D animation.
Just a year after Gorillaz' star-studded fifth album Humanz was released, here comes a sixth - The Now Now, released later this month - and a new video for the first single Humility, with Jamie Hewlett's characters (including a new one) animated by Tim McCourt and Max Taylor at The Line.
Stevie Gee has created a suitably kick-ass cartoon for Candadian hardcore metal-punks Cancer Bats' intensely rocking Gatekeeper, from the new album The Spark That Moves.
Chris Hopewell's second video for Father John Misty, after the MVA-winning film for Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before The Revolution, is another extraordinary voyage of discovery.
The second video for pop supergroup LSD brings the psychedelic animation of the first into the real world, and it really takes flight in the hands of Ernest Desumbila.
For this latest video for Leningrad, Ilya Naishuller has changed things up a little - this one is animated. But don't worry, it's still trademark Naishuller, and therefore superlatively hyperactive and, of course, eyewateringly violent.