Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones's latest collaboration with Björk is a stunning vision, combining live action and post VFX, for the title track from her new album utopia.
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Photographer/director Haris Nukem invites new singer Elle Watson to lie among a bevy of lissom underwear-clad models to create a steamy visual for Glued.
Nukem, known for his confrontational fashion and glamour photography, creates the effect of people being stuck like glue in a sensual mass of writhing bodies, captured from above by the reliably excellent DoP Stefan Yap.
The second NERD video – or 'Tutorial' – directed by Scott Cudmore and Todd Tourso. Like the first it centres on phenomenal dancer Mette Towley, but the video for 1000 is more controversial, diving headlong into the polarised politics of the United States.
Rich Hall teams up with ethereal crooner Isaac Gracie for his haunting new track Terrified, which sees Gracie drifting through Kubrickian hallways. Some dark and atmospheric, some lonely and melancholic, others vibrant and over the top. It turns out to be the set of a horror movie.
Nicholas Lam's latest video features Nick Jonas performing his Golden Globe-nominated song Home in a huge, empty bullring - created by the VFX whizzes at Gloria FX.
The song comes from the just-released animated feature Ferdinand - based on Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson's children's book The Story of Ferdinand.
Mr Miller is the local dog lover who organises events for his favourite canines, in Johnny Mourgue's video for Tom Chaplin's seasonal offering - featuring the legendary Dudley Sutton.
It's a sweet narrative with a message of hope, and a nod towards the Christmas feeling of the track.
Emil Nava throws a 90’s inspired house party with American- Canadian pop group PRETTYMUCH and French Montana for their latest single No More.
The video showcases the group's dance moves fused with trippy mixed media visuals and animation to deliver a party you wouldn't want to miss.
Alex Karpovsky (from Girls) is a bad magician in the new MGMT video, hated by his meagre audience for his terrible tricks. And he's stuck in a Groundhog Day-style loop. Maybe he's dreaming - or dying? Because then the world changes, with new hidden, and frankly horrible depths, as he falls onto the operating table surrounded by surgeons.