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Charlotte Gainsbourg Shares Deadly Valentine Video Starring Dev Hynes

Thursday, 21 September 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Charlotte Gainsbourg has shared a video for her new track, Deadly Valentine.

It will feature on ‘Rest’, her first collection of new material since 2009’s ‘IRM’, which arrives on November 17 and the 12" Rest single, which is out on September 29.

Speaking about the video, which stars Dev Hynes, aka Blood Orange, Gainsbourg said:

"Each video came from personal, resonating ideas. This song mixes wedding vows with an offbeat tone. I wanted to express the idea of a lifetime engagement; a couple running to church, from childhood to old age, a lifetime path. I asked my friend Dev Hynes if he would play my partner and he very graciously agreed. It was fun finding our younger and older selves! For my part, I had all I needed at home (with their consent of course!). I nearly asked my mother, but in the end, didn’t dare…”





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