@ISMADUG WATCH IT: Bashton "Scandal" (Pablo Mengin, dir.) https://t.co/s8Tubcz8jt via 1 day 13 hours ago

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Enrique Iglesias "El Baño" (Enrique Iglesias & Maxim Bohichik, dir.)

Enrique Iglesias’ latest smash El Baño featuring Bad Bunny was a very close collaboration between longtime partners and friends Yasha Malekzad, Kasra Pezeshki and Maxim Bohichik. El baño marks the 16th music video that Artist Preserve have produced for the legendary latin superstar and is on trend to be one of their most successful releases.  The music video stars Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, Inherent Vice, Runaway Train, Expendables) playing a bartender who can manipulate time with his old pocket watch.

All We Are "Honey" (Never Ending Fun, dir.)

Comment from the directors: Perfectly normal day in coastal Ireland.

In the words of All We Are, the video for ‘Honey’ “tells the story of a ghost observing the life of its former lover and the restiveness of the subject matter, juxtaposed with the upbeat nature of the tune, was captured perfectly by director Stephan Agnew. The Lynchian world of the ‘Honey’ video has a macabre and hellish feel that's tense and unsure and gives a feel for the purgatory like existence the ghost is living."

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."

Magistrates "All The Stars" (All The Stars, dir.)

Cast: Theodora Van Der Beek, Ben Higgs, Nadine Wild-Palmer, Amer Chadha-Patel & Kyle Shepard

Fear isn't so difficult to understand. After all, weren't we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us today is exactly the same sort of thing that frightened us yesterday. It's just a different wolf. This fright complex is rooted in every individual. - Alfred Hitchcock