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Jorja Smith 'Blue Lights' by Olivia Rose
Jorja Smith's haunting song Blue Lights has inspired a memorable visual piece by Olivia Rose. It's a series of portraits of real Londoners who, arguably, the singer could be addressing in the song's message. These portraits, are intercut with a figure who slowly revealed his purpose - a dancer to physically express the emotion in the music.
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