Ad of the Day: Music for Sleeping Children

Tom Kuntz brings a teen girl's monologue to life in this oddly mesmerizing, experimental music video

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Teenage girls are a hugely influential consumer subset, determining what clothes, cosmetics, music and TV shows deserve to be called "cool." They're also an enigma: It's virtually impossible to know what teen girls truly want, especially given that they rarely know themselves. But if there's one thing girls are consistently drawn to, willingly or not, it's popularity.

That's one of the topics that visual artist Charlie White and electronica artist Boom Bip (aka Bryan Hollon) decided to explore in Music for Sleeping Children, their "teen pop album and public artwork."

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