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Ethereal, dream-pop group Beach House has created a beautiful short film with Pitchfork that has them performing in the wilds of Texas amongst deserted highways and horses from the early dawn and into the night.  The film, which is over 26 minutes long, is sort of ghostly and at times resembles scenes from David Lynch's "Lost Highway." But the darkness found in this lengthy music video is balanced out by Victoria LeGrand's softly soulful vocals on the four tracks played from the band's latest album, Bloom. The dark desert doesn't seem so spooky when Beach House is performing there, now does it?
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