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Half Moon Run, "Call Me In The Afternoon"

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    Canadian folk trio Half Moon Run are back with a new video for "Call Me in the Afternoon," the latest single from their debut album, Dark Eyes, out now on Outside/Indica.

    Directed by Człowiek Kamera (aka "human-cam"), the clip stars a woman hanging out in the forest outside Portland, OR. Some clever camera trickery reveals disembodied hands emerging from the trees and mouths in the sky singing along with the harmony-laced vocals. With a bunch of other mysterious curiosities -- bursts of fire, swarming wildlife, floating handprints -- it all adds up to an intriguing music video. Well done, Mr. Kamera.


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