Directed by Corn Mo, The Tall Pines "Leave Him At The Altar" video tells the story of love and indecision in it's own unique way. The song is from The Tall Pines EP "Black Ribbon."
The uniquely talented artist Corn Mo conceived, shot and directed a wild new video for Brooklyn-based alt-blues/soul duo The Tall Pines for their song "Leave Him at the Altar." The story creates an atmospheric vision of what happens when a clique of hard partying dolls, battle their addictions and indecisions on a search for love and meaning in the imaginary churches, bars and grocery store parking lots .
"Leave Him At the Altar" is off the new EP from The Tall Pines, Black Ribbon which is available now.
The video was heavily influenced by a handful of indie horror films from the 60's and 70's including French New Wave auteur Eric Rohmer’s “Six Moral Tales,” (1962-1972) - a series of films inspired by F.W. Murnau’s “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans” (1927), - which includes the Cahier’s du Cinema classics “Claire’s Knee,” “My Night At Maude’s,” and “Love In The Afternoon” and Todd Haynes film “Super Star: The Karen Carpenter Story” (1987) a biography of Karen Carpenter
About The Tall Pines The Tall Pines are a foot–stompin’ alt-blues outfit featuring Connie Lynn Petruk, singing her heart out, playing drums on an alligator skin suitcase, and shaking her tambourine. Her husband Christmas Davis, plays guitar, writes the songs and howls along. The Tall Pines are a Brooklyn, NY based couple that revel in the spirits of the late 1960s and early 1970s Country-Soul, and Swamp-Rock scenes, while striving to take the sounds they love beyond history and into the next wave of American Music.
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