Aside from the bountiful and bold track, the visuals are compelling and cinematic.
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Los Angeles musical duo Soft Streak shares 1975 art house-inspired video for ‘Reasonable Lie’: Watch

Have you ever felt like people have been watching you? Did you pretend like you didn’t see them? Soft Streak, which happens to be a badass musical duo out of Los Angeles, decided to open their latest song ‘Reasonable Lie’ with the following sentiment. Aside from the bountiful and bold track, the visuals are compelling and cinematic. If it looks familiar to you, it’s probably due to its inspiration. A 1975 art house film called ‘Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay’, 1080 Brussels’ is the creative influence. Watch it until the end.


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