Keep The Streets Empty For Me video from Fever Ray
Fever Ray is set to release her Live In Lulea album digitally on November 30th, the 12 track album will include a song with Vashti Bunyan as well as Fever Ray's cover of Nick Cave's 'Keep The Streets Empty For Me'. The video for the track was directed by Jens Klevje and Fabian Svensso and starts Japanese performance artist Megumi Matsubara.
Directors Jens and Fabian comment: "Keep the Streets Empty For Me struck us immediately with its fateful sound, and images of abandoned suburbia begun to grow in front of our eyes. We wanted to continue the journey that started in the former videos and our ambition was to catch the feeling in a very direct and true way and create a video where dream and reality intertwine."
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