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“My Cleveland Coronary heart” will seem on Browne’s forthcoming studio album, Downhill from In every single place, which is due out on June 23.
The video options the 72-year-old singer/songwriter getting wheeled into an working room, the place he undergoes surgical procedure to switch his coronary heart with a mechanical one. The musicians who’re featured on the observe additionally seem as hospital workers members: lead guitarist Val McCallum, lap-steel participant Greg Leisz, drummer Pete Thomas, bassist Davey Faragher, and backing singer Jeff Younger.
McCallum, who co-wrote the tune with Browne and contributes vocals to the refrain, is featured because the lead surgeon within the video. Because the clip nears the tip, Browne’s coronary heart is eliminated and handed to a nurse, who’s portrayed by acclaimed singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers. Shortly after that, the digital camera catches Bridgers with blood on her face after having taken a chunk out of the center.
Jackson, who’s beforehand collaborated with Phoebe a number of instances, tells Rolling Stone about her look within the video, “I believed it was actually acceptable to take out my worn-out, ineffective coronary heart and hand it to Phoebe. Who higher at hand [it] to than anyone younger, robust, and probably as cynical as me?”
Browne says he got here up with the lyrics for “My Cleveland Coronary heart” whereas driving round Cleveland with a buddy who advised him about an attention-grabbing constructing they handed.
“The particular person I used to be driving with stated, ‘That’s Cleveland Coronary heart,’” Browne remembers. “‘That’s the place they make synthetic hearts.’ I stated, ‘Oh, I might use a kind of!’”
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