Music: Eric Avery – All remote and No Control

Andrew Huang has created this great video for Eric Avery’s song “All Remote and No Control” from his latest album “Help Wanted” released last week.

If you enjoy Eric Avery’s music and watching plants growing out of people this is your video.

Available as Quicktime on Andrew Huang’s web site.


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia – quicktime)

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Andrew Huang has also done a great clip for Mini Pop – Like I Do. You can watch it here.

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