This week's top videos come from Tom Waits, Radiohead, Antony and the Johnsons, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains and Ryan Hemsworth. We're presented with the horror of war, animation, bright colours, brutality and time lapses. What more could you ask for?

We also spoke to the director behind Tom Waits' latest masterpiece.

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Tom Waits - 'Hell Broke Luce'

"I have worked with Tom for almost thirty years. He and I seem to have some of the same crossed wires...which has produced some fun and exciting sparks over the years. Like the other times I have worked with Tom, it starts with a casual call and evolves into an all-consuming art/lovefest. Tom and Kathleen had the image of a man pulling his house...a metaphor for the life that follows one into war. Production-wise I do everything myself: direct, shoot, edit, build the props, buy the donuts. This one-man-band approach is steeped in my background as a painter... I want my fingers in every pot. Finally, working on this video with Tom was a chance to express my contempt for war and the pain that rains down upon us all from the tortured decision to send the young ones off to such horror." Matt Mahurin

Antony and the Johnsons - 'Cut the World'

Radiohead - 'Daily Mail'

Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains - 'Edge of Town'

Ryan Hemsworth - 'Charly Wingate'