London's Sinead Harnett got her break singing for Wiley and Disclosure. Now director Malia James has helped bring out her star power on the streets of New York for Do It Anyway, the second single from her debut album.
It's the little things that make Grimes compelling: There she is in what looks like a Fantasy set-up, complete with sword and a mini-Stonehedge background, yet she's wearing what looks like a pair of Flip-Flops.
Work hard, train hard, play hard, prey hard — or, at the very least, imagine you're doing all that while you drift off into dreams. Intensity seems to be the common theme in the diverse lifestyle portraits that make up "Revolution," until a business woman straps on a neon inhaler that casts everything in a different light.
The fourclops ::) creative crew doesn't get as interactive as they're prone to be, but they do get their MacGyver on, taking ordinary items and making them into a beautiful world for Yuna. On display are:
Opening trippy fluid shots made by combining milk, food coloring, and soap.
Sparkly shots created by burning steel wool.
Bubbly objects that are actually homemade lava lamps using water, cooking oil and food coloring.