Annette Brown, Lifetime The story of June Carter Cash comes to life in the…
- Posted on Jul 29th 2009 10:00AM by Benjy Eisen
In fact, the band views the song, and their music at large, as an independent creation with no single correct interpretation. This video is just one of three that resulted from a brain-storming session Mew had with director Martin De Thura. Madsen says that the band is always involved with the video process to some extent, however they choose to work with outside conspirators specifically because they welcome the added creativity.
"It's like when we play, when we make our music," Madsen explains. "We are three people in a circle aiming at the same center. The music sounds the way it does because we are coming in from three completely different angles. When we include someone else in a project, like a video, they get their own place in that circle, on equal terms."
That's truly great. But that still doesn't explain exactly what these flying black objects are doing firing laser beams at each other in the woods. Or is that the part that we're supposed to figure out for ourselves? Time to get cracking.