PussyKrew, directors: "Our aim was to create a piece beyond the standard performance video. We presented the artists as 3D scans and fused them with digitally created environment. The vibe of the track is intense, bit aggressive. We were trying to recreate this atmosphere as a visual experience and produce powerful imagery, where the invisible violence is transformed into personal strength.
Craig Moore follows up his superb rollerskating extravaganza in Sigala's Sweet Lovin' with an equally trick-heavy spectacle for Tiggs Da Author's Run, featuring singer Lady Leshurr.
This time - instead of staging contortionist feats, rollerskating pirouettes and BMX tricks - Moore captures the awesome, ridiculously risky world of South Africa's car spinning stuntmen. There's some really breathtaking tricks performed here.
Mister Whitmore sets an effortlessly cool vibe for the piece in which we see some people queue endlessly for a club to no avail. The Snakehips vid also features a stunning performance from US star Tinashe.
Here's a way to make the most out of one location, but keep in mind it involves some of the most thrilling and impossible camera moves you've ever seen as we see whether this will be the song to save Labrinth's life.
3 video mixers, 2 tube cameras, 1 rear projection screen, The insides of 1 lamb, some wigs, a wide angle lens, some slit scanning, some bedsheets, yoghurt, Jelly and coagulated spaghetti and are just some of the things we needed when We teamed up with Pulled Apart by Horses.
The California desert has long held a magnetic attraction to artists (and directors) from the land of Royal Babies - so the even more moody and striking Salton Sea was perfect for director Frank Borin and the Manchester group, Hurts.
Somali-style pirates, lesbian kisses, a lanky guy laying it thick on his rival, and female frontal nudity. And Calvin Harris is apparently oblivious to it all. We are not. Vincent Haycock once again behind the helm for the reported final video off of 18 Months.