New Trixie Whitley Video ReleasedBy The Editor on April 4, 2012
Enjoy this video for A Thousand Thieves directed by photographer/filmmaker Matthu Placek.
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Filmmaker Matthu Placek’s Tempestuous New Video for Trixie Whitley’s Soaring Ballad
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