Sky Ferreira – Lost In My Bedroom [Video]

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Sky Ferreira delivers the visuals to her hit “Lost In My Brain,” along with a discretionary warning for viewers with photo sensitive epilepsy! 

The video features Ferreira facing the camera through a variety of filters and through a vintage television, appearing intermittently through a scrambled signal.

The track features on her second EP release Ghost that dropped on October 16 2012 via Capitol Records.

Listen to the track below!

Sarah Ivy | Elite. 

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