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Lo Moon Shows Two Sides Of Love In Colorful New 'Thorns' Video

In a pastel-colored video for the trio's third single, a couple dances at the crossroads of a wilting relationship.
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The trio writes songs that capture very specific stages in a romantic relationship. Its first single, "," pleads for the restart of a couple's love," reckons with the end of a relationship, admitting that "there's no way to save this." Its new, third song "Thorns" wrestles with a more complicated, in-between stage, when two people must decide whether it's worth taking the good with the bad.

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