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Japanese recording artist Keigo Oyamada, better known by his moniker Cornelius, has released a video to accompany his dreamy single The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness. The video is a combination of live action and 3D animation, as some kind of shape-shifting white liquid morphs itself around a pair of hands to form the figure of a little girl, dancing, playing and interacting with her environment. The girl’s figure leaves footprints as she walks, and begins shifting to create more complicated forms like a human brain. It’s all a bit reminiscent of the Dreamworks opening titles, but suits the playful and childlike track perfectly.

Cornelius|Music Video|The Spell of a Vanishing Loveliness

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