It's not all softness in this story of a budding teenage lesbian love. In fact, it gets pretty damn hard and ugly — proving that the prurient tilt is a red herring, in order to reach that triumphant uplifting and in the end.
"Peace of Mind" is the fifth music video paying homage to a feature film for Above & Beyond's album We Are All We Need; All directed by Ken Clark. The first - Vertigo (Sticky Fingers), second - Wall-E (Blue Sky Action), third - Thelma & Louise (We're All We Need), fourth - Catch Me If You Can (All Over The World) and now Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Enjoy!
Up-and-coming pop star Preston Knight's single Danger exlodes to the scene with this dark and gritty throwback sci-fi music video with strong traces of Blade Runner & A Clockword Orange. Directed by Stephen Mallett, the Fahrenheit 451 inspired visual will keep you captivated as you watch the makings of a new star in the pop world!