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Jack Antonoff's Collaborative Project Red Hearse Unveil Half Love Video Featuring St. Vincent

Thursday, 18 July 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Red Hearse, Jack Antonoff's project with Sam Dew and Sounwave, have released a video for their new single, Half Love.

The slick, synth-pop song marks the third offering from Red Hearse and follows their previously shared eponymous track and Honey in previewing the trio's upcoming debut album, which is set to arrive later this summer.

Its accompanying video, meanwhile, was directed by Grant Singer and features special guest St. Vincent breaking into an abondoned supermarket which has no entrance, just an exit, while the group's signature red hearse is parked in the background. 

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