Sung as a duet with British soul musician Michael Kiwanuka, it's a winding rock track, chock full of romance and melodrama. The nine-minute piece which stars Alex Zhang Hungtai, formerly of Dirty Beaches, takes us from a fashion shoot to an oddly sombre karaoke bar, highlighting the oft-difficult relationship between artist and muse along the way. Watch the film and listen to the song below.
The muses are heard. YO! The song and the film make up two-thirds of a "three-pronged artistic endeavor" that's a collaboration with luxury fashion company Kenzo.
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O has a sneaky cameo in the film as Hungtai's photo assistant, but her atmospheric and yearning song "Yo!" As all of Kenzo's creative output, "YO!"
Backstage they were greeted by onlookers moved to tears at seeing such an inclusive statement. "MY SAINT" a track that builds to an arresting crescendo and the fades into a gorgeous lullaby coda. "MY SAINT" is featured in a short film from director Ana Lily Amirpour (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, The Bad Batch) with whom Karen O developed the narrative.
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"Humberto and I are technically the producers", she explains. "The lovely part about this is it's two women that chose to make this film together".
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