Without access to the usual budgets and on-set teams, pop stars have become more inventive, creating a raft of boundary-pushing visual treats
When lockdown was first announced, the world’s thoughts turned, of course, to music videos. How would artists create eye-tickling delights if camera operators and key grips were no longer able to work together? Were we to be subjected to a never-ending stream of Zoom-shot videos or iPhone clips sent in by fans? Or would we have to merely listen to music like a bunch of cavepeople?