A spectacular return to music videos by Japanese director Masashi Muto for Jonas Blue, in which the emotion of a crumbling love affair is represented through dance on the skyline and in the streets of Tokyo.
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Ollie Wolf has created a very entertaining video for London-based producer Fabich's debut single by applying a comic solution to an everyday problem, and then pushing it to wonderfully absurd lengths.
Clean Bandit's Grace Chatto and Jack Patterson's latest foray into self-direction is a story of heartbreak, intercut with a performance of the band in full orchestra mode - with guest vocalist Zara Larsson centre-stage. And it packs a real emotional punch.
Richard Paris Wilson brings us one memorable night in Bangkok, where boy meets girl in clubland, but there's an unexpected cosmic twist in the tale, for Dutch singer Dennis Princewell Stehr - aka Mr Probz.
Martin Garrix contemplates the past in Blake Claridge's video for Scared To Be Lonely.
Chris Ranson brings us a vibrant living portrait of the city of New Orleans in this Director's Cut version of his video for Nevada's remake of Mark Morrison's Return Of The Mack, which 'pays homage to the 20th anniversary of the original song'.
Anthony Bristol (aka Cry\\Wolf) sets up the first part of a sprawling revenge Western in the deserts of Morocco for Australian band Safia.
Georgia Hudson presents a slick, exciting video for Sigma and Take That's Cry, which is surely destined to be one of the hits of the summer.
Taking place in the grounds of a race track, we see stock cars and motorbikes performing all manner of stunts - coloured smoke billowing from somewhere underneath the car. It's a colourful and hugely impressive series of set-pieces.