I’m Lemonade-ing! 4 New Videos From ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’

There are now 4 brand-new videos on my YouTube channel – Titus Andromedon at his most fabulous, taken from the Netflix Original Series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt! Click the respective image to watch the 4 new edits, including the main street sequence, the extended cut and the ultimate cut, which features glorious tributes to Beyoncé’s ‘Hold Up’, ‘Sorry’ and ‘All Night’ plus extended scenes. Production: The Vandeput Design Co. 





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Info updated February 2014:

He travelled by Bentley, ate in fine London restaurants and spent his days lounging in a furniture shop. The story of Christian the pet lion – and his eventual release into the wild – is as moving as it is incredible.

Read the full story on my old blog here:
http://goo.gl/pPmleB

Music: Everyday Still Life, by Kathryn Williams http://www.kathrynwilliams.co.uk/

Video: Ryan Price http://www.rycariad.co.uk/

‘Red Crow’ by Paul Mosley
@paulmosley on twitter

www.paulmosley.com

From the Folkwit records album ‘A Chattering Of Birds’ released April 22nd 2013.

Music:
Paul Mosley: singing, clarinet, ukulele
Craig White (The Irrepressibles, Patrick Wolf): cor anglais, flute
Tom Moth (Florence And The Machine): harp
Joe Peet (Cousteau): double bass
Colin Smith (Banderas, Feist): bass saxophone
Katy May (Marcella and The Forget Me Nots, Patrick Wolf): bassoon

Pictures:
Illustrations: Paul
Edit & Animation: Richard Payne @ The Mill

www.folkwit.com

Official Music Video: Words, by Ane Brun

Posted from: Blaenau Gwent NP23, UK

Words, take her with you
Let her rest in your rhyme
Words, take her away
Somewhere, beyond time

Words, ease her breathing
Lay her softly on the floor
There, let her linger
And listen like ever before

Leave her windows uncovered at night
And fill her room with the city lights
As they illuminate the sky
It reminds her of the people outside
Cause she won’t sleep unless she heals her loneliness

Walk with her beneath the tree tops
Create new paths and memories
Show her, how the sunlight
Glances through the gaps between the leaves

Words, help her change the world
In only one verse
Tell her to reach for the stars
And to always put love first

Leave her windows uncovered at night
And fill her room with the city lights
As they illuminate the sky
It reminds her of the people outside
It reminds her of the people
It reminds her of the people
It reminds her of the people outside