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See See Gulls' video for "Long Gone"

Posted by on Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 10:57 AM

Sarah Fuller isn’t going to let this boy get the best of her. In the Jacki Huntington-directed clip for “Long Gone,” the mid-tempo seducer from See Gulls’ forthcoming debut EP, You Can’t See Me, the band’s leader is first surprised with a living-room breakup as she sips from a glass of wine. Consternation follows, as do tears, shouts, mascara-streaming drives, couch-sitting sadness and awkward encounters at bars where the ex (local musician Wylie Hunter) shows up with a new fling.

But she gets the last laugh here, emptying some neon-green vomit down his back and peering over a produce aisle to pronounce “Fuck you” as the bailer checks out some tomatoes. It’s as heartfelt and defiant as the rest of the great You Can’t See Me, which is out July 14.

See Gulls play Tuesday night at The Pinhook with Torres, their last show before a record-release party at Kings Saturday, July 18.


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