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Moving Pictures: A first look at Fierce Bad Rabbit's "All I Have Is You"

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Just got a look at Fierce Bad Rabbit's new video for "All I Have Is You." The clip, directed by Tomas Herrera (no relation) and Brian McCulley, intersperses performance footage of the act, looking dashing as ever in their finest evening wear, with a steady stream of collage photos. There's a distinctive retro feel to the video -- not sure if it's the way that it's lit or the way that it's shot -- that, for whatever reason, reminds us of the late '80s and early '90s. At any rate, the clip serves as an ideal complement to the song, which is easily one of our faves from the past year.

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