Are Jamie Harley and Memoryhouse the rice and beans of indie rock? 'Cause they go together goooood. Harley's hazy Polaroid aesthetic, full of quick cuts and double exposures, is basically the visual equivalent of the Memoryhouse sound. The video for Memoryhouse’s “Heirloom” is their second collaboration, and much like their first, features sepia-tinged visuals compiled from found footage. For this one, Harley mined footage from a documentary shot in Morocco and England in 1968 during the filming of arthouse film, Le Lit de La Vierge. Very nice.