Set in a not so distant, dystopian future we find a congregation of humans searching for a connection. Automated and emotionless, they shift from partner to partner in a subdued regiment. Although Josephine and Anthony are part of this process they are hopeful and renegade, and it’s not long before the words of Oh Wonder begin to influence the robots around them. As they feel for the first time, their imaginations run wild into fantasy – where monotony is far from sight,” well based purely on that little passage from the director I’d say Oh Wonder’s new music video for High On Humans is well worth a watch.



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