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Watch: Music Videos For Mary Elizabeth Winstead's "Did We Live Too Fast" & Gia Coppola Directed Blood Orange Spot

The Playlist By Cain Rodriguez | The Playlist June 18, 2014 at 9:05AM

Following in the relatively recent footsteps of Scarlett Johnasson and Zooey Deschanel, Mary Elizabeth Winstead has moved into the music world as part of the duo Got a Girl alongside celebrated hip-hop producer Dan the Automator. The twosome recently released their single and a black-and-white Winstead-starring (obviously) music video to go along with it.
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 Elizabeth Winstead, Automator

Following in the relatively recent footsteps of Scarlett Johnasson and Zooey DeschanelMary Elizabeth Winstead has moved into the music world as part of the duo Got a Girl alongside celebrated hip-hop producer Dan the Automator. The twosome recently released their single and a black-and-white Winstead-starring (obviously) music video to go along with it.

Not only is the song itself very retro-leaning, but the video for “Did We Live Too Fast” doubles down on the '60s vibe with the actress wearing costumes that wouldn’t look out of place on Megan Draper in “Mad Men.” Got a Girl’s debut album, I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now, will be out on July 22nd. Watch the video below.

On the other end of the spectrum, “Palo Alto” director Gia Coppola has reunited with Dev Hynes—who, along with Robert Schwartzman, created the terrific synth-laden score to Coppola’s soulful debut—for the “daytime television”-inspired music video for Blood Orange’s “You’re Not Good Enough.” You can catch “Palo Alto” in select theaters now—as well as purchase the soundtrack—and watch the video for “You’re Not Good Enough” below.

This article is related to: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Dan The Automator, Gia Coppola


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