Watch: Life is Better Blonde - Follow Me

Watch: Life is Better Blonde - Follow Me

LIBB accompanies his latest track Follow Me with a new video, and the result is tragically beautiful.

After recently releasing the track Follow Me, Life is Better Blonde has teamed up with the director of his last video, Mine, Natalie James, to create a video to accompany the slow sorrowful song. The video shows a Soviet soldier discovering a decrepit, abandoned piano in the woods, where he embraces a ‘moment of peace amidst the chaos of war’. The theme complements the lulling melancholy to the track, while maintaining crisp clear images, dull cool tones and a slowed down tempo a sense of hopelessness remains present throughout.

The video for Follow Me is a stunning creation, a simple story that coincides perfectly to the track, the creation of a small moment of beauty in between inevitable pain. Check it out if you’re up for something a little less upbeat and a little more sentimental:

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