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Francis and the Lights Reveal Long Take "See Her Out" Video

Francis and the Lights encompasses artistry by being a group of layers and dimensions. Francis Farewell Starlite is the main force behind the group but Francis and the Lights is a collaborative effort with other unnamed musicians as well. Starlite even insists that there are no members but rather a more community idea being at play.

"See Her Out" is the most recent single and both the song itself and the video will put you in a trance. Bright, electronic melodies lead the song structure and allow for the surprising dynamic of the gentle, edited vocals to make their way. From there the bouncy beats drop out, changing the mood to being entirely sentimental and making you eager for the return of those happy electronics. As for the video, the visual could not match any more perfectly; a simple idea of a camera following a character as he navigates through the streets of New York City at night it really all you need. We've all been on night walks alone where we just want to ease the aspect of daily life so this video is easy to put ourselves into the picture.


Make sure to watch all the way to the end of the video where the character lets loose and does a little gymnastics routine in the middle of the NYC street.

Farewell, Starlite! was released back in September and serves as the groups debut album. The major musical support is there: both Kayne West and Bon Iver were featured on tracks and the band even appeared on Chance The Rapper's Magnificent Coloring World Tour.

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