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September 16 2011

Music video for Ancestors by Jed Whedon and the Willing. It's by Efehan Elbi and it's great.

Really neat. I enjoyed that alot.
Amaze balls covered in awesome sauce!
Neat indeed!

The record is really, really pretty by the way, for anyone who hasn't tried it out yet.
I watched this on my TV via Roku player last night; even better.
Wow. Just...wow. I'm having one of those "Did I really just see that?" moments.

...*rewatching*...

...and still very much with the 'wow'.

Does anyone know if this a "fan" video or did Efehan Elbi officially collaborate?
That was, frankly, fantastic. I'm almost speechless.

I love every song on History of Forgotten Things, and that video just put a new perspective on Ancestors for me. I hope Jed continues to make music, in addition to everything else he's doing. What a talented man.
That was unexpectedly great. Not that I was expecting it to be bad or anything, but woah.
Yeah, this thing is amazing. OMS thrusters.
That track is a lovely, haunting interlude in a really fantastic album. It's a sweet, personal, nostalgic album and I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't bought it yet.
Beautiful, haunting and definitely worth watching in widescreen. I love Efehan's work.
I. LOVE. THIS. So much.

This has got to be one of the most beautifully animated things I have ever seen, and this is one of my favorite songs on that album.

Thank you so much for posting this, gossi.

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