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Joy Crookes "Don't Let Me Down" (Leonn Ward, dir.)

London singer Joy Crookes returns with a Hindu-inspired video from Black Dog FIlms director Leonn Ward.

Following up from her acclaimed 2017 ‘Influence’ EP, ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ is a soulful ode to the breakdown of a relationship. Drawing on Crookes’ Indian heritage, Leonn Ward’s video is a simple, and powerful piece of film.

Speaking to i-D the singer said, “the video was inspired by the Hindu goddess Lakshmi… the song itself came from a vulnerable place, and for me, these arms show my strength in the situation and how I overcame it”.

Moss Kena "Problems" (Ruby and Boya, dir.)

Black Dog Films announce the signing of director duo Ruby and Boya, with their new video for British singer/songwriter Moss Kena.

‘Problems’, taken from Kena’s March ’18 EP ‘Found You in O6’, was reworked with R&B outfit THEY and rapper Rapsody. Earlier this year, Hunger Magazine named Kena as one of their top ten artists to watch in 2018. A perfect pairing for the new hotly tipped director duo.

Glass Animals "Agnes" (Eoin Glaster, dir.)

Glass Animals lead singer Dave Bayley straps himself into a human centrifuge for their latest video Agnes directed by Eoin Glaister.

Eoin Glaister, director: “Agnes is, probably, the saddest song Dave will ever write, and so this video required a sensitive approach.  In searching for ways to explore the weight of grief I remembered my grandfather used to perform tests on a human centrifuge, a machine used by pilots for g-force training. There’s a scene in Moonraker where an assassin tries to kill Bond in one. Only Roger Moore faked it. Dave didn’t. Essentially it’s an extremely large bit of kit that spins around very quickly. As it does so it subjects its occupants to increased levels of g-force. The faster you go, the heavier you become. On the day Dave described this feeling as like having an elephant sat on his chest. Whilst I doubt the validity of his reference point, I am really grateful that he threw himself into this so wholeheartedly. It was physically demanding and logistically nightmarish and I’m super grateful to all the excellent people that helped make it happen. It was emotional. Appropriately so."