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Watch Jazz Cartier Traverse Through a Real Life Gothic Nightmare in "Opera"

Unsurprisingly, Jazz still manages to look cool.
February 23, 2016, 6:56pm

Jazz Cartier is no stranger to cinematic visuals. And sure enough, he teams up with director Kyle Sanderson—responsible for "The Valley/Dead or Alive"—once again for his newest flick, "Opera." Off the album, Hotel Paranoia Jacuzzi is accompanied by haunting cuts of aged stone angels and Victorian paintings. The grandiose opera hall visuals are paralleled with dimly lit graffiti ridden alleys and neon drowned clubs, manifesting the two sides of Italy as he voyages through its gloomy underbelly. Watch below.

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