FKA twigs Used Google Glass To Create A Concept Film And The Result Is As Strange As You'd Imagine

#throughglass uses her songs "Video Girl" and "Glass & Patron."

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    Google Glass was used as both a concept and a prop in this short film from English electronic/R&B/trip-hop artist FKA twigs.

    The songs "Video Girl" and "Glass & Patron" from her album LP 1 are both mixed into the video, which contains dancing reminiscent of The Fifth Element and some true digital freakery.

    The video is titled "#throughglass," so either Google is hoping to use Twitter and Facebook as promotion, or FKA twigs is making a comment on our easily-compartmentalized, hashtaggable discourse.

    Either way, digest the strangeness of this video, and (if you haven't already), give LP 1 a listen. It's one of the 2014's best.

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