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Premiere: Watch Future Love Hangover ‘Let You Down’ Music Video

Written by Mike Hohnen on July 23, 2012

Music Feeds is stoked to present to you the premiere of Let You Down, the latest clip to come from Future Love Hangover. A melancholy trip through time and space, the video was made in collaboration with director Jonathan Leahy and features the solo creative stylings of Jack Prest.

The clip is simply a manifesto of a much greater experience. Initially, FLH demonstrated the concept of ‘Let You Down’ through an audio and visual project known as Frame 1: a journey you can experience on the official website. Prest maintains that this is more than an album, it is his life. To fully understand the track, one must really delve into the back story that can be found at Frame 1. Check out all the pictures, designs and videos released in anticipation of the single dropping.

Prest will continue to go against the grain with the rest of his project being released in a similar fashion. A similar conceptional atmosphere will be created around his follow-up releases, Frame 2, which will be followed by Frame 3, all of which will be included in the anthropology known as Exposure.

So in the meantime, here it is: Let You Down from Future Love Hangover, a track Prest has dedicated to everyone he has ever let down. You can also check out an interview with the man himself on MFTV.

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