“Cauliflower” video

 

There exists within us, a consciousness of innate knowledge and infinite potential.

By becoming still, and tuning into this inner guidance system, best actions and answers will come.

 

In this fantasy sound adventure, three analog sorcerers use their innate powers to manifest abundant grey matter.  The cauliflower is fully realized as a catalyst for evolutionary transformation and a symbol of 3rd-eye awakening.  All this is made possible by utilizing phone booth technology, flower powers, and this complex brain-like vegetable.

 

a film by          

 Slushbox – discover us, discover yourself 

 

—–Lyrics by Sharon Giarratano—————————————-

 

Manic hours,

reality starts to shake

Just close your eyes

and stay awake

Our hemispheres will reconcile

Turning our milestones in to boulder miles, and miles, and miles

 

Lets quit the chatter, grow grey matter

Lets quit the chatter, and grow cauliflower

 

Panic showers,

who will come through

Your 3rd eye,

reawakes in you

Its 12:34, 1-2-3-4

Our alignment is bolder than before

 

Lets quit the chatter, grow grey matter

Lets quit the chatter, grow grey matter

Chatter, chatter, chatter, chatter

Lets quit the chatter, and grow cauliflower

 

Call a flower, call on me

Call a flower, call on me

Call a flower, call on me

Call a flower, call on me

 

Lets quit the chatter, grow grey matter

Lets quit the chatter, grow grey matter

OH-oh-Oh-Om

Lets quit the chatter, and GROW!

 

——————End lyrics————————–

 

featuring          Terry Frost, Sharon Giarratano, Mark Wheeler

 

 

Photography Support             Som Vilaysack

After Effects                              Chris Cain

Costume Support                     Bauhausu

Music Composers                    Sharon Giarratano and Mark Wheeler

 

 

Special Thanks to                    Ma n Pa Grocery

                                                      Shoreline Village

and

The entire team at Acoustica, creators of Mixcraft 6.

 

 

THANK YOU FOR WATCHING

 

 

 

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