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Red Hearse - the new project featuring Jack Antonoff - have debuted a new video for 'Half Love', starring St. Vincent

Also numbering Sam Dew and Sounwave, it follows up on two previously revealed tracks.
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Published: 10:40 am, July 18, 2019
Red Hearse - the new project featuring Jack Antonoff - have debuted a new video for 'Half Love', starring St. Vincent

Red Hearse - the new collaborative project fated to be always pre-fixed with the phrase 'Jack Antonoff's' - have released a video for their new single 'Half Love', and it features a familiar face.

Also featuring Sam Dew and Sounwave, it follows up on two previously revealed tracks from Red Hearse; 'Honey' and an eponymously titled effort. A debut album is expected to arrive later this summer.

The video, directed by Grant Singer, features St. Vincent - yes, that St. Vincent - attempting to break into an abandoned supermarket which has no entrance, only an exit.

It's a metaphor. For life. And also rubbish supermarket design.

You can check out the clip below.

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