RUFFMERCY sprinkles his own brand of stardust over Alex Ebert's meanderings in his hometurf for a very enjoyable collaboration to accompany Broken Record, the new release by Ebert (aka Alexander, aka Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros). The result is surely one of the few videos created in both Bristol and New Orleans.
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A security guard starts to question his eyes, and grip on reality, when the bank of CC camera monitors he's watching starts to throw up strange irregularities.
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