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Stop Motion Animated Music Video for Red Pill’s ‘Stars’ Features a Sword for Hire Slaying Monsters

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19 May 2017, 3:19 pm
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Animator and director Eric Power has created a wonderful stop motion animated music video for Red Pill‘s rap song “Stars,” from the album Instinctive Drowning, that follows a sword for hire who slays all sorts of monsters across the countryside. “Unfortunately, the pay doesn’t measure up.” The music video was produced by Ill Poetic.

A traveling sword for hire finds himself in larger than life adventures. Unfortunately, the pay doesn’t measure up. An allegory for the freelance lifestyle.

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