Jack Barraclough's video for Mind Enterprises's old-school dancefloor magnet S.H.A.K.E. is very daft indeed - in a good way.
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Warren Fu's new video for Paramore gives frontwoman Hayley Williams a juicy role as an increasingly disillusioned anchorwoman - flanked by her bandmates - on a local TV breakfast news show.
With his usual panache Fu presents life on both sides of the camera, as Hayley's existential crisis leads her to eventually realise why she got in the news game to begin with.
MGMT present a bizarre and hilarious modern morality tale for the melodic Me & Michael.
Bob Gallagher's video for Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker portrays Clarke in a surprising way - her mellifluous voice is characterised as the world's greatest cure for insomnia.
Katy Perry is the unhappy Marie Antoinette in a version of the ancien regime with celphones in Isaac Rentz's lighthearted romp for Hey Hey Hey.
Can Joan of Arc (also Katy, nice to see her back with dark hair) save her from a terrible fate with the horrible old Sun King? Well, not exactly...
Samuel Taylor has directed a brilliantly engaging shoestring epic for the raucous swagger of Bloody Knees' Maybe It's Easy.
Essentially it's a wrestling version of Rocky, chronicling an unlikely road to triumph. But although the beards are fake, the light comedy of the first act makes way for a thrilling finale that looks impressively real. Well, as real as wrestling gets...
James Arden and Andy Little's video for Bradford fivepiece Fling has lead singer Charles as a young milkman on his round, invited indoors by a negligee-wearing older lady, for some 70s British sex comedy how's-your-father.