There is something about this video and song combination by Oren Lavie that just gets me.
The song is honest and poetic in my favorite way - the most is said between the lines, in what gets left unsaid. This is sounding super pretentious, especially because it's not some ground breaking musical or lyrical work. It's just a good song with an intriguing video.
The video, which is really the reason for this post, is striking and simple, complementing the song and actually adding quite a bit to it.
I'm not articulating within this post very well, but hey, I've been pretty verbose in the last few, so I will just leave you with a link to full details on the video from Oren Lavie's MySpace. I read them for you first, and I would say they are worth your 5 minutes.
Then be like me and spend a significant amount of time watching the video.
Here's the song: Her Morning Elegance - Oren Lavie.