In the first few seconds of "Til the End of Time," I was instantly drawn to the visuals.
The image of the two beautifully-toned, naked bodies of Bloom and vocalist V.
She has lived in the same flat since her teens, eats the same lunch in the staff room each day and buys cheap vodka from a local shop on a regular basis. Socially awkward, she resists interaction with others and is taken aback with her recent friendship with the office IT guy.
Books Having laboured as a road worker in his native Meath, the poet Francis Ledwidge found himself doing a job during his final moments on earth which surely felt strangely familiar.
Naturally, the video is easy to compare to the equally stark-yet-sensual video for D'Angelo's now-infamous "Untitled." However, where D'Angelo's camera stopped, Bloom and Bozeman's camera goes wide, giving us a full-body shot that still manages to stay on the right side of sexy, rather than raunchy.
I mean honestly, I could go on and on about this clip, but don't take my gushing, blubbering word for it; check out the vid right now to see if Bloom's latest offering is worthy of your time.
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Book Reviews After the success in 2009 of her bestselling debut novel, If I Trust in You, which won her a Publishing Ireland Book of the Month award, Deirdre Eustace has kept readers waiting quite a while for this second, beautifully-crafted book.