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Sebastien Grainger, 'The Streets Are Still A Mess'

The video for Sebastian Grainger's "The Streets Are Still A Mess," directed by Eva Michon, was shot on 35mm film, taking visual cues from classic gang stories such as Rumble Fish and Warriors, crossed with the dance staples West Side Story and Beat It.

"The Streets Are Still A Mess" is from Grainger's most recent solo release, Yours To Discover.

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