Wolf Larsen’s new Mission-made video

Local singer/songwriter Wolf Larsen teamed up with Mission filmmaker Pete Lee, Viracocha, and what looks like the mysterious silhouettes of the Patzner bros for her latest music video. It was filmed within the reclaimed-wood walls of Viracocha with little/no budget. If watching a graceful modern dancer caress vintage typewriters to ethereal breakup music is your thing, you’ll love it. You will probably like it anyway. NPR did.

Wolf’s alter ego, Sarah Ramey, happens to be a fascinating person. She was the personal blogger of the Obama campaign in 2008 and is currently writing a book “The Lady’s Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness” which probably has to do with her struggle with an illness that’s been keeping her in treatment in Washington D.C.

Also, check out Pete Lee’s stuff if you haven’t already. He recently did a crazy martial arts music video for Aesop Rock.

4 Responses to “Wolf Larsen’s new Mission-made video”

  1. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    I love Wolf Larsen’s stuff. She’s brilliant!

  2. timbo says:

    Hey, I know her! She’s great (and not just because I know her).

  3. Someone Else says:

    Oh, this is an instant “love”. NPR liked it, too? Who recorded it — Scott McDowell??

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