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Princess Chelsea Releases "Is It All OK?" video

Princess Chelsea Releases "Is It All OK?" video

Today Princess Chelsea shares a "weirdass" music video for the track "Is It All OK?" - taken from the album The Great Cybernetic Depression, released earlier in 2015 on Flying Nun Records and Lil' Chief Records.

Long time video collaborator Simon Ward - who produced and directed the video - says "Is It All OK?" is a synthetic story of the love and loss of the human race.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

Princess Chelsea has a track record of impressive videos and a large youtube following, including her single Cigarette Duet, which currently has over 28 million views.

Previous singles from The Great Cybernetic Depression include No Church On Sunday, Too Many People, We Were Meant 2 B and We Are Strangers.

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