Bibi Bourelly And Earl St. Clair Embrace Their Flaws In “Perfect” Video

All the white walls come crumbling down in this new clip.

July 21, 2016

At the end of last month, Bibi Bourelly stopped by Late Night With Stephen Colbert and performed "Perfect," her torrid duet with Earl St. Clair. Today, the pair is back with a visual for the song that shows them in a disintegrating white room. As they both sing about the joy of imperfections, the walls and their faces crumble, leaving a gritty result.

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As Bourelly explained to The FADER over email, “I guess that behind everything that appears to be perfect there are imperfections. It’s unnatural to be perfect or to pretend to be perfect.”

Her feelings were mirrored by Earl, who added, “Nothing is perfect. We wanted to show you that perfection is not achievable, but it is perceivable with this video. That can be a bad thing… or a good thing depending on what or whom you’re looking at.”

Watch the video above and reread Bibi Bourelly's GEN F.

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