Video Premiere: Sugarplum Fairies – “Jaguar Jackson”

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“Jaguar Jackson” by The Sugarplum Fairies explores the depths of isolation, hoping to make a sense of the swirling world around. The song’s soft pulse is rich with harmonies, layered to perfection with an orchestration of different melodies to give the song a narrative. The video is extremely unique, adding to the intimate aesthetic with a natural sway. Take a view and listen below! The song is off of Payday Flowers, which was released this past July.

“‘Jaguar Jackson’ was inspired by ‘Girl on the Bridge’, the 1999 French film by Patrice Leconte. The video explores luckless loneliness and follows its fading protagonist, actor and real-life veteran Dexton Sinclair Kotora, on his search for serendipity, culminating in a quest for spirituality.” ~ Silvia Ryder

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