Anthony Green’s Morbid Dance Party


The newly released video for Anthony Green’s single “Get Yours While You Can” off of his recent album Beautiful Things has been making waves since its debut 2 days ago. Perhaps this is because of its simultaneously whimsical and disturbing nature; the video is a compilation of shots of people outrageously dancing next to Green’s static, apparently lifeless body. Or maybe the attention it has garnered is due to its cryptic symbolism: in every scene, whether in a shadow or stenciled on the wall, there is an image of a crow. Mythologically speaking, the crow is often associated with death, or sometimes resurrection. Is this just a morbid sign pointing to Green’s corpse, or a hint at something more, something yet to come? Either way, when Green’s body is dragged away at the end of the video, you will certainly be left wanting to watch again; there is more to this music video than meets the eye.


  • http://theairspace.net/ Blake J. Graham

    This is great.

    Also, crows travel in murders.

    • http://www.theairspace.net/authors/eric Eric Harsh

      @Blake J. Graham Ahhh I overlooked that. Great observation.

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