Your Favorite Enemies - "Underneath a Blooming Skylight" [Official Music Video]





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Published on Jul 4, 2017

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Channeling Andy Warhol’s eclectic and dazzling avant-garde movies, as well as New York City’s excessively euphorical essence and self-destructive imaginary subculture, the video is also a heartfelt homage to the 1960’s psychedelic spirit incarnated by the youthful and broken underground muse Edie Sedgwick. 1st single off “A Journey Beyond Ourselves”, the video sharply pictures the song’s emotional state of confusion and its alienating affective entanglement. 


He called me late last night,
Saying he found something or someone
It wasn't clear, or maybe I wasn't totally awake
I wish I've been

Everything seems so blurry at times
As if the world was falling on its knees
As if the skyline was stretching somehow
Are we all the same


He said thank you, or sorry, I don't know
He sounded good... at peace...
He didn't say much, I wish he had
At least, for just another night


He wasn't just a "guy"
He's always been someone to me
Just glad I had him if not even till dawn
Silence could be pretty loud you know

I loved everything about this place,
Like a stranger would fall in love
Somehow innocence is a plague here,
And I needed more

Silence could be pretty loud you know
Silence could be pretty loud you know

He left a few words of his own around
Who knows, I might leave as well
Maybe I just forgot what it was like to lose it all
All over again

Silence could be pretty loud you know


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