Melbourne’s Banoffee covers the solemn I Miss You. (Penned by Frank Ocean, then eventually recorded and released by Beyoncé.)

Sonically, this rendition is far more spacey and heavy than the original(s). Pair that with her soulful, syrupy tone and you have a sincerely unique effort which more than stands up to the likes of Mr. Ocean and Yoncé.

Simply lovely.

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A haunting new video from The Man of every hour, FlyLo.

This particular track is one of my favourites from the album (You’re Dead!) and appears halfway through when the protagonist is beginning to connect with the fact that he is dying, however is still not completely at peace with it. The video follows this concept closely and illustrates the idea of death dancing* at every corner; an inescapable and unsettling fate. While the imagery throughout is dark and morbid, the clip ends with a stirring surrender and a beautiful gunshot splatter of blood-red rose petals.

*(Literally dancing – FlyLo can be seen at 3:09, and more death angels cutting shapes at 3:37)