“Tll Death do we party where the music can’t die” (Wynter Gordon)

The video clip featuring Wynter Gordon’s hit, Til Death displays golden skulls, which are attached the walls within a space full of dancers and glistening lights. The clip may combine youth and party culture with death and various images of the skull. Although the skulls do appear glamorous and desirable, which may suggest that they have become a significant part of everyday life and popular culture of the 21st century.

Wynter Gordon, http://www.wyntergordon.com/, Wynter Gordon 2012 (accessed 15/4/12)

Dowling, Faye. The Book of Skulls. Laurence King Publishing Ltd, 2011

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