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John Grant "Love is Magic" (Fanny Hoetzeneder, dir.)

Official music video for John Grant's new single 'Love is Magic': Throughout surreal snapshots of unconditional love, here’s a portrait of the kitsch and beautiful world of Heelwork to Music. Filmed on location, thanks to the glorious ladies of British Heelwork: Nicci, Sandra and Jill and their dancing dogs: Nala, Elsa, Leo, Fiz, Chelsey, Demelza and Matisse.

Turtle "BloodType" (Fanny Hoetzeneder, dir.)

The video documents one of the illegal car meet ups that happen on Sunday nights around London. It captures a beautiful melting-pot of people who are here to have a good time and who proudly display their cars. As day tunes into night, the setting of this suburban industrial carpark grows into a surreal world of neon lights and rain. Like in a dream, smoky burnouts and drifting donuts take place one after the other and all night long, set to the pulsating music of Jon Cooper (Turtle) and ethereal vocals of Eliza Shaddad.

Marina and the Diamonds "'I'm a Ruin'" (Markus Lundqvist, dir.)

Shot on the volcanic island of Lanzarote, Director Markus Lundqvist manages to create a desolate yet beautiful world in this video for Marina and the Diamonds new track ‘I’m a Ruin’.

On working with Marina, Lundqvist said, ‘she was wonderful to work with. A real hard worker. We worked for 32 hours straight and she just got stuck right in, even in freezing cold water.’ 

The track is taken from her third album ‘Froot’ released on Universal. It’ll see one track released every month until April 6 when the album goes on sale. 

Clark "Winter Linn" (Chris Hewitt, dir.)

Interpreting the album’s vision of "music like sculpture", Hewitt travels from birth to death manipulating three dimensional images of organic life juxtaposed with religious icons, frenetically viewed through 360 degrees. Only the midsection’s soaring, melodic lament offers a respite from the relentless pace; exploring movements of dance through dispersed forms.

On working with Clark, Hewitt said: "I’ve been a big fan of Clark’s for years, having been drawn to the dark, distorted romance of his work. I’m excited by how his brain interprets reality and, in turn, music. Clark is one of the very few people I’d do mushrooms with. I love him that much."