Take a Post-Apocalyptic Wilderness Walk With Father John Misty

"A survivor trawls through a devastated landscape collecting the once-prized, now useless objects of our current age."
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With Father John Misty's video for "Things It Would Have Been Helpful To Know Before the Revolution," stop-motion animator Chris Hopewell "visualizes an account from the other side of the great apocalyptic event that has destroyed civilization, using puppets," says

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"A survivor trawls through a devastated landscape collecting the once-prized, now useless objects of our current age, encountering other strange survivors--like beer-slugging cockroaches in denim jackets--on her travels."

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