JMSN comes through with a visual interpretation for his track ‘Jameson’, which comes up his most recent album Priscilla. The video, that runs for just over 7-minutes, follows a young family as they experience and devastating loss. But there is much more to it, according to JMSN, so check out the explanation after you watch the whole video below:
“No matter who I’m with, I’m sitting all alone.”
The Girl represents temptation.
The Little boy represents the innocent boy in me.
She holds the boy very closely. When I engage in temptation, she holds my innocence.
She puts my innocence in his crib, far away, before tempting me.
When the boy gets curious about the world he sees the empty things I’m partaking in. He’s not being looked after. And so he gets lost in a place where he shouldn’t be.
After a while he finds a place that looks like fun but ultimately will lead to the demise of my ignorance and innocence. Ignorance is no excuse for the laws of nature. The boy (innocence) ends up drowning and being lost forever because of my actions. My empty self satisfying actions orchestrated the death of my innocence.
All of the floating object’s represent parts of my innocence that are floating away into the abyss, as my innocence roams farther and farther away.
The Girl is distraught after losing this innocence because thats not really what she wanted. The devil isn’t satisfied with deceit unless theres someone there to deceive.
Directed by Stephen Mallett
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