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PBR Streetgang ft Mattie Safer 'Everything Changes' by Bob Gallagher

PBR Streetgang's witty demolition of the inanity of pretty much everything, delivered by R&B singer Mattie Safer, becomes a vehicle of baby-boomer scorn in Bob Gallagher's video for Everything Changes.

Safer's voice is taken by a rascally old gent with a punk attitude (Michael O'Sullivan, excellent), mocking the trivial preoccupations of the Instagram/selfie generation.

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The Magic Gang 'Take Care' by The Marshall Darlings

The latest single from The Magic Gang's debut album The Magic Gang features bassist Gus Taylor taking centre stage on vocals, and the elegantly simple video by The Marshall Darlings suitably casts him as a lone figure bearing his soul in front of the camera.

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The Orielles 'Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist)' by Jack Barraclough

Halifax's finest The Orielles go on a little outing in Yorkshire in Jack Barraclough's video for Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist).

It's an enjoyably breezy affair as the band take shelter from the bleak winter of 2018 in a pub where genuine old-school Northern Soul dancers are putting on the moves, showing they still can do their stuff.

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The Wombats 'Cheetah Tongue' by Finn Keenan

Finn Keenan directs this wonderfully bizarre, very funny new video for The Wombats' Cheetah Tongue.

Inspired from early '90s workout tapes and pastel colors, the viewer is drawn into an Estelle Getty style fitness routine led by a gang of grannies. Oh, and it also features A LOT of Beans™.

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Caloncho 'Brillo Mio' by Tenis

A very enjoyable, and enjoyably nutty video for Caloncho's Brillo Mio by Spanish directing duo Tenis - that's Victor Aguilar & Juan Sevilla.

Think The Avalanches' brilliant video for Frontier Psychiatrist, but on a WW2 Japanese prisoner of war camp theme...

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The Fratellis 'Starcrossed Losers' by Alexander Darby

After a relationship-busting argument, a goth and a geek find themselves rewinding to their favourite moments down the years, in the place where it started - the local kids' playground. 

Alexander Darby's video for The Fratellis' Starcrossed Losers is sweet and poignant, making good use of the wind-blasted location with his couple portrayed as kids, teenagers, and reflective adults.

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