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Loyle Carner "Sun of Jean" (Joao Retorta, dir.)

With his debut album ‘Yesterday’s Gone’ nominated for tonight prestigious Mercury prize, Loyle Carner releases the new video for ‘Sun of Jean’ with Joao Retorta back at the helm.  

A nostalgic, honest and delicate depiction of unconditional love between mothers and their sons, exquisitely executed by Joao.

Everything crossed for tonight, a worthy winner we reckon.

Loyle Carner "The Isle Of Arran" (Georgia Hudson, dir.)

Loyle Carner's new video 'The Isle Or Arran' directed by Georgia Hudson focuses on the relationship fathers have with their children. 

Loyle says " I just wanted to celebrate the [fathers] who are doing right and sticking around, because they're shedding the stereotype." 

The video sees the South Londoner taking a stroll around a surreal hospital ward, ending up with a group of young fathers with their babies.

Honne "Good Together" (Joao Retorta, dir.)

All is Good Together, especially when you're naked together.

Joao Retorta, dirctor: " What it truly feels like to fall in love: The entire world feeling reduced to a moment and place. Right Here. Right Now. The two of you. A notion of love in its purest form. We present the couples fully vulnerable throughout the film as a metaphor for becoming ‘emotionally naked' when you truly trust someone. Warm in each other’s naked arms. ‘Without a care’. However, my aim was to let the feeling ride the viewer, as opposed to the nudity factor, turning it secondary and almost unnoticeable."

A tender, loving and sensitive video, that it's a shame to affix it with that NSFW stamp.

Gold Panda "In My Car" (Rob Brandon, dir.)

Directed by Rob Brandon 'In My Car' is shot in Gold Panda's hometown of Chelmsford, England and stars his grandmother.

In a statement, Gold Panda said of the video:

I asked Rob to just come and film us (my gran and I) being boring. But now, when I watch it back, it doesn’t seem mundane at all. It seems actually really nice and sweet. I was thinking about all this cool stuff we could do, slow-mo shots, what outfit I could wear, maybe an explosion and who could be in my crew. But real life is exciting enough; you just don’t see it when you’re in it.

Nothing But Thieves "Last Orders" (Lewis Cater, dir.)

"Last Orders reflects on the idea of fate, how every small action plays it part in the 'bigger picture.' I am a huge fan of gritty British cinematography and in this video I wanted to explore mixing old and gritty with the contemporary. The track itself is very descriptive with vivid dark undertones. I wanted to create a narrative that suggestively explores this, connecting the story and performance into one 'big picture."