Musical Interlude #5

Musical Interlude #5

It’s that time again for another Musical Interlude. This edition features new music videos from Scissor Sisters, Woodkid, Be Brave Benjamin and I Like Trains, as well as a years worth of photo’s condensed into the arc of a single day in ‘Paradise’. The album recommendation comes from Regina Spektor’s recently released What We Saw From The Cheap Seats.

Paradise by Jan Edward Vogels

Baby Come Home by Scissor Sisters

Iron by Woodkid

Devil Fool by Be Brave Benjamin

Sea Of Regrets by I Like Trains

What We Saw From The Cheap Seats by Regina Spektor

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