Check it out online at: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/10/16/arts/cmj.html

The Worm: Baptism, Blood, and A Bunch of Handsome Boys in Sarah Jaffe’s “Clementine” Video

Who has time to watch music videos all day? Well, besides us here at Fuse. We know you’re busy, so The Worm brings you the most visually mind-blowing vids you might have missed otherwise. Don’t thank us, just watch!

Today we’re watching “Clementine” from Sarah Jaffe.

To check out the video and read the full article: http://fuseblog.typepad.com/fuseblog/2010/10/the-worm-sarah-jaffe-clementine.html

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