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EVERYDAY EXISTENTIAL CRISIS

EVERYDAY EXISTENTIAL CRISIS

Music Video

United States

Duration: 

4

min

Everyday Existential Crisis is the title track and first music video from singer/songwriter Madeline Rosene's sophomore album.
"The lyrical and visual content speak to indecision, an inability to move – a kind of deer-in-headlights moment that lasts forever. Part of this indecision comes from being easily seduced by new ideas, people, places, and opportunities, and then results in attention deficit, and ultimately paralyzation. I think a lot of people struggle with this as a regular routine in their lives, especially in the age of social media and ADHD. Sometimes these hesitations and irresolutions wind up hurting us and the people around us. The video really captures the lyrical themes with its sort of unsettling purgatory-like visuals. We’re all just making it up as we go, trying to love ourselves even when we don’t know who we are." - Madeline Rosene

Jeffrey Fountain

Director:

Jeffrey Fountain

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