This 4 minute video shot by Francis González and edited by Dianna St. Hilaire takes place in Puerto Rico in the beautiful Rain Forest of El Yunque at the Mt. Britton tower. The tower was built in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The other half of the video takes place at a place called Santa María Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery in San Juan built in the 1800's. The Versailles song "Cold" was released in 2012 on the "Pages" CD which was on the Grammy Ballot for the 2013 Grammy awards.
The video represents the tragedy of a character loving someone who has no ability to love them back due to their own fears or insecurities, which are presented to us by the dark twisted stairways of the Mt. Britton tower. The images take you through the characters convoluted past, to a future time where they have overcome the relationship and moved on with their life without sorrow and without reget. The character is depicted in two time periods. The present time period representing the characters strength, given from the struggle portrayed in the 19th Century. In the lyrics the character has realized that the problem all along was their own lack of loving themselves and allowing themselves to be treated as less than human.