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Marina and the Diamonds - Mowgli's Road

Marina and the Diamonds' music video for her new single "Mowgli's Road" was released the other day. Watch it above.

I love the song and really don't like the video. I think Marina is ridiculously beautiful, but that video is just repetitive and, well, kinda disturbing. I'd be okay with the stretching thing if it were only part of the video, but it isn't. It's the whole thing. The video really lets the song down.

What do you think would be a good video treatment for "Mowgli's Road"? (My opinion: Marina, or a young boy, running through a forest and encountering animals you'd typically see in a zoo - such as a tiger, a lion, or a bear. Maybe the animals would be the ones stretching instead of Marina.)


  1. I'm still waiting for that a-ha moment with her.

  2. It took me a while to get into her... it took listening to "Obsessions" through headphones in the dark, with my eyes closed, before her music clicked with me.


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