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Ian Brown Releases Video For 'Ripples' Track From Chaos To Harmony

Friday, 12 April 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

Ian Brown has released a video for From Chaos To Harmony, a track from his latest solo album 'Ripples'.

It was directed by John Nolan, shot at Southend-on-Sea and stars Noah Jupe. If you were a child in the 1980s you won't be able to watch the clip without thinking about Zoltar from Big, the film starring a young Tom Hanks. Check it out below.





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