Sally Shapiro will be making her return in 2013 with Somewhere Else, as we already know. Now she’s got a video to go with the first track we’ve heard from the album, “What Can I Do.” In the half-live, half-handmade video, a figure follows a flower across space! How wonderful! It’s a tad childish, but also kind of wonderful, with just a smidgen of festive joy to it. Watch it below.
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