It's not been a massive week for blockbuster music videos, but we did see the return of Missy Elliott, which is well worth celebrating. Hell, call your favourite cousin and let 'em know the good news - I'm sure they'd appreciate the heads-up.



5. Arca - 'Vanity' (dir. Daniel Sannwald and Arca)


It might not match up to his visual work with Jesse Kanda, but it'll still leave you confused and in need of a cold shower, which is no bad thing.



4. Deap Vally - 'Royal Jelly' (dir. Jess Holzworth)


It features Georgia May Jagger rocking out like it's 1976, what more could you ask for? Nice to have you back.



3. Bernard & Edith - 'Crocodile' (dir. Liam Healy)


"While shooting 'Crocodile', we were filming in a rock lagoon by a beach, when the tide came in without anyone noticing. The water cut us off from any way of getting out of there so we had to climb barefoot half naked up a 20ft cliff/rock face. It was terrifying. One slip and someone could have been in serious trouble. A music video of ours isn't a music video without a near death experience, that wasn't the first time something like that has happened."



2. The Tallest Man On Earth - 'Darkness of the Dream' (dir. Jakob Wallin)


Ok, so The Tallest Man On Earth might not be The Greatest Dance On Earth, but thankfully that didn't stop him from strutting his stuff in the Jakob Wallin-directed video for 'Darkness of the Dream'.



1. Missy Elliott - 'WTF (Where They From) feat. Pharrell Williams' (dir. Dave Meyers & Missy Elliott)


Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back. Missy is back.