This stunning video directed by SCRATCH sees Aurora stranded on the edge of a city in a wasteland between the concrete jungle and the natural world. Seemingly possessed, Aurora is terrified by the prospect of being dragged back to the city and makes a dramatic escape as the song builds to its resounding crescendo. c/o Hunger Magazine.
Many people feel that the spark of the civil rights movement was the tragic death of 14-year old Emmett Till in Mississippi on August 28, 1955. Now, almost sixty years later, director Calum MacDiarmid recreates that incident for Melody Gardot's new song — showing a different kind of intensity than the Run The Jewels clip from last month, but with the same messages conveyed.
Both the song and video have been endorsed by the Emmett Till Legacy Foundation.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter is the sad-eyed lady of the library. Bored. Repressed. Ready to break free. Rufus Wainwright is anything but repressed. He shows up in various guises, all of which are disruptive and serve to lure Helena into discovering what's under her cover (if you know what I mean). --> watch "Out Of The Game"