Oliver Jennings’s prolific run of music videos since he joined Partizan a few months ago continues with this gritty, fast-paced portrait of a group of young Londoners as they prepare to get into Lovebox Festival in East London by unconventional means, to watch Chase & Status's headlining show.
Popular this week
You are here
Louis Bhose has captured the live version of Jack Steadman aka Mr Jukes's sample-based project God First as the ten strong band assembled to replicate the album onstage recorded a live album at the Church Studios in Crouch End, London.
Andrew Thomas Huang takes a bold step into pop video territory, and presents R&B singer Kelela as a mesmerizing figure of many guises for LMK.
Nadia Lee Cohen's video for Elli Ingram takes your typical British greasy spoon and gives it a twist.
Tom Beard frames Jessie Ware as a figure of mystery and passion in his evocative video for Midnight.
The first of a series of videos directed by Beard for Jessie Ware's new album, this makes excellent use of the Belearic locations, with fine work by DoP Tim Sidell and editor Nikki Porter. And clearly Jessie enjoyed shooting it.
Bailey Tom Bailey brings together the strangely dissonant, eerie tones of experimental singer Bastien Keb with an engrossing supernatural tale of young love, youthful high-jinx and a mysterious madness that takes over its protagonists.
Alan Yang, co-dreator of Master Of None, has said that his video for JAY-Z's Moonlight is "not a slam on Friends... it's more of a glimpse at how far we have come as a culture. And how far we have yet to go."
Swedish singer Léon goes both forwards and backwards in time in this single-sequence video, shot in the surprisingly gritty location of a Scandinavian sea port.