How should we read “Coffee & TV”? As an indictment of the then problems of Blur, whose guitarist Graham Coxen, it has been said, couldn’t take working with lead singer Damon Albarn? Or is it just a cool clip of an animated white-milk carton that falls in love with an animated strawberry-milk carton? Perhaps it’s a bit of both. The video by Hammer & Tongs (the pseudonym of director Garth Jennings and producer Nick Goldsmith) follows said carton on the search for Coxon (whose “missing” image is on the side). Happily for Milky (yes, he even had a name), he finds Coxon playing the track with his bandmates. Coxon leaves the band to return home, and only Albarn notices. (This is why we like theory No. 1.) As for this video, make sure you watch right to the very end; otherwise, you’ll miss the happiest ending on this entire list. The blending of a genuinely engaging plot (the whole milk, if you will) with crafty and cute animation (the semiskimmed) makes “Coffee & TV” an undoubted triumph.