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Let's Get Out of This Country

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A Song that deserves a better video.

It's OK, Camera Obscura. We all know that making videos is not your forte. I am glad you don't concentrate too much on your visuals (with the exception of your album covers) ((CO and B&S have the most arresting covers I have ever seen)). Stick with what you know best. This is shot like a home video; it is everyday and camera shaking. I do enjoy the fine close ups of Tracyanne's melancholy face. The video picks up when the band is walking through the forest to the water where they paddle away with their friends. All in all, it came together in the end. It was money well spent! Hopefully, Tears For Affairs is next!

ok

so it's not the best video... but honestly c'mon! how can you not absolutly love this song??? this song makes me feel soft and cuddle everytime I hear it... basically i'm in love with it...

Lovely magic

These guys are my favorite band ever!
I like soothing melancholy lyrics to escape the negativity of everyday life.
This video will make you will keep coming back to it throughout the years.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Scottish ensemble Camera Obscura formed in 1996, when vocalist Tracyanne Campbell, percussionist John Henderson, bassist Gavin Dunbar, and guitarist David Skirving began creating lush indie pop with orchestral flourishes and romantic lyrics. They went on to release a number of singles, one of which included contributions from Belle & Sebastian's Richard Colburn, whose band served as a stylistic touchstone for the young Camera Obscura. Three years after the band's first releases, Lee Thompson...
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Let's Get Out of This Country, Camera Obscura
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  • $1.49
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Released: Jun 06, 2006

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