The third instalment of Cyrus Mirzashafa's trilogy of videos for Two Penny Blue is a satisfying look at the arc of a relationship, from the spark of attraction to painful split, but with more wit and flair than this kind of story usually gets.
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Django Django are back, with Tic Tac Toe, and a new video by regular collaborator John Maclean - borther of the bands's drummer and producer David.
In it, Vincent Neff leaves the band's caravan to have a cool, speeded-up English seaside adventure (it was shot in Hastings): a quick successful pool game, fish & chips, a trippy trip on the Ghost Train.
St. Vincent follows up the remarkable New York with the video for Los Ageless from the new album MASSEDUCTION, and another set of extraordinary, striking images rendered in a day-glo colour palette.
Actor Michael Cera wrote a song for Antonio Santini and Dan Sickles' award-winning documentary Dina, about Dina Buno, a woman on the autism spectrum, and her blossoming relationship a WalMart door greeter. Dan & Antonio decided to return the favour, and make him a music video starring the subjects of the doc.
Artists are directing their own videos with increasing regularity, with mixed results. But when Charlotte Gainsbourg, both serious actress and pop singer, decides to do this, there's a sense that the outcome might be something special. And so it proves.
Portuguese director Richard F. Coelho tackles the big issues through the medium of dance in his absorbing video for Orelha Negra's Ready.
Björk returns with another collaboration with Andrew Thomas Huang, together with Gucci's Alessandro Michele and headdress designer James Merry.
Rebecca Lucy Taylor, formerly of Slow Club and latterly of Moonlandingz, has a new solo project and also takes up the director's reins for the first release by Self Esteem, with a lighthearted take on body image and sexuality.