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Directed by Christian Hagerman and shot by Orlando Herrera, the two brought together chilling sequences of cinematic art to Home Video’s “Every Love That Ever Was.” Ironically finding old technology in an eerie forest, Collin puts together the computer pieces together that leads him to communicate with the light, a certain light. It shows that even the depths of darkness, there’s always a will and way to find the light.

Wow, this seems to be a recurring theme in my last couple of posts huh?

If you enjoyed Home Video’s “Every Love That Ever Was” definitely pick up their new album The Automatic Process. The album has found a way to mix their electronic process and organic melodies together.

MP3:Every Love That Ever Was

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