Get To Know The @AutumnPortrait with “My Brother”


There’s always a hopeful side to situations involving loss, and The Autumn Project’s latest single “My Brother” is about just that.  The accompanying video, beautifully shot by Ryan Nolan, shows carefree distractions through the eyes of children, and to me the underlying message is why adults can’t deal with loss in a similar way.  Unfortunately we’re too bound with responsibility and concern for others, and children deal with it differently, making you want to go back to that time when we didn’t understand so much.  The kids in the video do a fabulous job, and it thoroughly compliments the gentle acoustic song and its message from The Autumn Project (aka Toronto-based Freddie Mojallal).  “My Brother” is available as a single or as a part of Freddie’s album Tired Love on iTunes.

Published in: on August 4, 2014 at 1:02 pm  Leave a Comment  
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