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S. Carey Releases Video For More I See

Thursday, 15 February 2018 Written by Huw Baines

S. Carey has released a video for More I See.

The song has been lifted from his upcoming LP, 'Hundred Acres', which will arrive on February 23 via Jagjaguwar.

The video was handled by director Brendan Lauer, who said:

"The music video for More I See is about this idea that no matter who or what you are, if you're in need of help it will find you; and that those who go out of their way to help will be better because of it. Sean's character in the video is neither a 'who' nor a 'what,' but more of an 'it.' He serves as a blank canvas for the big, major acoustic notes of the song that feels hopeful in the face of great, unknown tragedy. The characters who save him embody a special kind of midwestern grace that is woven into the DNA of those who have spent their entire lives here."





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