This week's rundown features that beautiful looking video from Lianne La Havas, and a healthy dose of Courtney Barnett's humour.


5. BEA - 'Candid Breaks the Strain' (dir. Violette Esmeralda)

Slight movements of the feet, head, and arms will immerse you in the whiteness, working as an hypnotic attachment to BEA's alt-pop tune.



4. Courtney Barnett - 'Dead Fox' (dir. Rory Kerr and Paul Ruttledge)

Directed and animated by Rory Kerr and Paul Ruttledge, it takes the road-based, stream-of-consciousness images evoked by the song's lyrics – "Taxidermied kangaroos are littered on the shoulders. A possum Jackson Pollock is painted on the tar," and "More people die on the road than they do in the ocean, maybe we should mull over culling cars instead of sharks" – and turns them on their head, human pedestrians becoming roadkill and anthropomorphic sharks driving cars in this colourful and quirkily detailed visual treatment of the song.



3. Squarepusher - 'Stor Eiglass'

It's virtual reality and it's here for you to experience today.



2. Francesca Belmonte - 'Are You' (dir. Maxime Durand)

Described by the singer herself as a call to "people who feel overwhelmed, sad, awkward, devastated, numb, odd, unreal…we have to have compassion for one another because we are living in exciting but strange and disconnected times," the clip for 'Are You' is intimate, enigmatic, and delicate - a perfect visual portrait of Belmonte's music. Watch it above.



1. Lianne La Havas - 'Unstoppable'

Given the fact that she wrote 'Unstoppable' "to help to repair a relationship that [has] ended," her movements and fierce look seem to translate into a catharsis of her innermost feelings, resulting in a perfect combination of sights and sounds.