You’ve got to hand it to Alexander Ebert, frontman of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes, the man knows how to go on an adventure. In this video we see Alexander rambling through the desert, and tumbling down hills.. that also happen to be his face with the singer made up like some sort of elemental deity of the earth, covered in fake shrubberies, rocks, and sand. In one scene two kids splash in a lake resting in his mouth. But hey, this all makes sense from a guy who seems hell-bent on resurrecting a hippie sense of wonder, and that’s a beautiful thing. “A Million Years” from Alexander’s self-titled debut album.
Directed by: Benjamin Kutsko
Cinematographer: David Myrick
Produced by: Jack Richardson
Makeup Landscapes: William Lemon III