Directing duo rubberband. get their funk on as they reunite with their frequent collaborator Topaz Jones in this dynamic, nostalgia-fuelled split-screen extravaganza.
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Joe Nankin explores themes of being adrift in emotional limbo through subtle symbolism in his video for Nao.
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Continuing that excellent run of dance-based videos from the last album, one of the first releases from the new Jungle album For Ever comes with another corker.
In this mesmerising promo for Roses Gabor, Sophie Jones draws inspiration from classical Renaissance art and still life and gives it a very contemporary twist.
Shaun James Grant continues his live work for Vevo with the first of two performances for Jorja Smith.
Accompanied only by piano, Smith's vocal performance of Where Did I Go? gets a warmly-lit jazz-era setting, nicely photographed by Joel Honeywell.
Ben Adam-Harris at animation studio Broken Antler has created a cartoon tale for JP Cooper, which builds upon the inspiration that the singer-songwriter had when he wrote All This Love.
Love blossoms in the sunshine, and then things get deeper as the sun sets, in SG Lewis's Dusk.
Harvey Pearson's film covers a single day and night, and admirably reflects the complexities of a relationship, keeping the viewer guessing until the final frame.