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Ray Charles Inspires Surrealist Music Video

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Petecia Le Fawnhawk and Eliot Lee Hazel co-direct the music video for The Acid's "Ghost."

Le Fawnhawk tells NOWNESS, "Originally the inspiration came from a story I heard about Ray Charles being a huge Corvette fan. I was overcome with awe as I stood in front of a 1967 Stingray, thinking of how it would be to discover such a magnificent creation through touch and the wonder of being born blind. I shared my idea with Eliot [Lee Hazel] who immediately had an emotional connection as his father was blind.”

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