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The Morning Clouds' new Richard Karpala video for "A Walk Home" is business as usual

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If you haven't seen this yet, the Morning Clouds, the subject of this week's profile, have a new video for the song "A Walk Home," from their forthcoming debut, Wasted Youth Blues, released this week on Lefse. The clip, which premiered last week on Fader, is the handiwork of Richard Karpala and made up entirely of stock footage that corporations presumably use to make training videos and whatnot. The stoic expressions on many of the folks' faces lend an almost melancholy air to the track, which is already rather downcast. Page down to have a look.

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