The Cosmos as Seen by Shilo Show me a piece of Shilo work that isn’t ruddy lovely, and I’ll show you my argumentative side! Their spanking new clip for BrotherSister’s Still Run takes you through a visually luscious mini-history of the universe, complete with grim future prognosis. It all started so well, with waterfalls, forests and carefree birds a-twittering. But before we knew it, pesky old civilization had to come along and ruin everything, leaving us with little more than fire, brimstone, spewing lava and apocalyptic spirals of smoke. Thanks, civilization! Thanks for nothing!

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    Still Run

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    BrotherSister

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    Shilo

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    Still Run

    The Cosmos as Seen by Shilo

    Show me a piece of Shilo work that isn’t ruddy lovely, and I’ll show you my argumentative side! Their spanking new clip for BrotherSister’s Still Run takes you through a visually luscious mini-history of the universe, complete with grim future prognosis. It all started so well, with waterfalls, forests and carefree birds a-twittering. But before we knew it, pesky old civilization had to come along and ruin everything, leaving us with little more than fire, brimstone, spewing lava and apocalyptic spirals of smoke. Thanks, civilization! Thanks for nothing!

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