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Assuming one will be forthcoming. Was interested to see what others were expecting (given the band's hit and miss affair with the medium).

For me I am expecting a Black and White video, but other than that I haven't really come to a conclusion on what the video may entail. Best I go back and listen to the song from the webcast a few more times and see if any ideas spring forth.

Or am I the only one who has thought about the video... Smiler
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I think a black and white clip would be great

I could be very wrong but did'nt the guy who did Something So Strong also do Nails (I recall hearing somewhere that when Hessie heard that, he did'nt want to be in the clip for NIMF)so if that is correct maybe they won't go with him for this (for different reasons of course)

I love the clip for Nails peronally
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I could be very wrong but did'nt the guy who did Something So Strong also do Nails (I recall hearing somewhere that when Hessie heard that, he did'nt want to be in the clip for NIMF)so if that is correct maybe they won't go with him for this (for different reasons of course)

I love the clip for Nails peronally


I don't particularly like NIMF or Something So Strong - but I do love FAYF and the other Together Alone clips.

Then again my favourite CH film clips are Chocolate Cake and It's Only Natural (more Tim, more fun!) but I'm not sure if that style and vibe would suit the band's new image and sound.
Just NOT the guy who did SSS, please! (OR NIMF, whether or not it's the same person. Seeing Neil do little mime things to those amazing lyrics--darn, that's hard to watch. I would have been cracking up all over the place if someone had told me to do that stuff--so irony-free, so discursive, so OVER the TOP...MAN, now that I think of it, *I* could do a better video for NIMF!!)

I did like the Now We're Getting Somewhere video...and Locked Out. Those are two I really like.
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