A young man goes on holiday alone, and as his agitated demeanour suggests, he is not like other boys...
Ivana Bobic's video for Nothing But Thieves casts a spell where we are intrigued to know more about the young man (played by Ceallach Spellman) who heads for the packaged holiday hotel, with something other on his mind other than fun in the sun.
Actress Kristen Stewart has got the blues in this video for The Rolling Stones' new Blue And Lonesome covers album . Or, more accurately, she's got a vintage Ford Mustang to keep those blues at bay. She takes a badass joyride through LA like she's the only girl in the world, minus couple small intrusions (one of which shouldn't count, since it's a zebra).
Ewan + Casey, director: "It was exiting to hear some new music from Leftfield, especially as it was so out-there, a driving throb of bleeps and noises, accompanied by Jason from Sleaford Mods ranting about the detritus of modernity. It was pretty clear from the start a degree of subtlety wasn’t what was called for.
A game of hide-and-seek with George Ezra filmed over two days at Cornwall, UK's lush Eden Project eco-attraction. Riff Raff’s Ben Reed has created a beautifully simple and subtle video for George Ezra’s latest track “Barcelona”.
Ben Reed, director: "We wanted to make something that was as soothing and sweet on the eyes as the song is to the ears. An effortless video that just drew you in. I'd been playing a lot of Where's Wally online and watching old David Attenborough episodes and thinking about the time that Coppola directed a movie from a jacuzzi. So we photographed him singing from hundreds of metres away on a giant zoom lens in the tropical environs of the Eden project. We were going to dress him as various plants and hide him, but it felt too outlandish, so we made him fly instead, because everyone should."
More words? OK. Air's Nicolas Godin makes a solo splash with "Widerstehe Doch Der Sünde" (tr: Stay Away From Sin) and this artful clip that shows there's nothing to fear in the water if you're already dead.
Britpop legends Blur are back and this first video shows that the fellas have definitely been keeping up with the trends, or they're just really into Chinese Line Dancing. Behold, an interpretive dance by the Phoenix Fly Line Dancing Group of San Francisco.
If you're an American male of a certain age then you probably remember trolling the mall for chicks, striking out, and then wasting some time and quarters at the arcade. So it goes for the gameless and hopeless Ariel Pink and his buddy in this video...