This is by no means my “Dream Beat” by any stretch of imagination, but visually, directors Jordan Redaelli n’ Jason Miller definitely take the viewer into a somewhat 24hr NYC day-in-the-life ‘peaking' into the daily routine of the subject, who btw has no relation to the duo, Peaking Lights. From the sandy beach, to her bicycle ride into n’ through the suburbs, then across the bridge onto the subway, the subject actually encounters Peaking Lights, who make a cameo, going down between them on the train station’s stairwell. In this twitter-universe we live in, it’s the simple things we thrill ourselves on taking an interest in, whether it’s our neighbors noisy sex-life or what new nail-art Rihanna’s rocking. And w/this video, it’s somewhat similar as the subject is now at a stage in her casual gait continually being followed into a somewhat rough black/latino neighborhood, never at all perturbed or intimidated. As nightfall hits, she’s entering an apartment greeted by an Afro-punk dude n’ she’s then welcomed into a room full of LGBT peeps surrounded by cosmetic make-up n’ weed-smoke. She touches herself up w/a bit of glamor n’ heads out w/her crew to an underground club which opens up a bigger scene of self-expressiveness through dance movements n’ sound.