Melbourne-based artist BATTS released a song called "For Now" last month, and the experience of listening to it is like floating through a cosmic sea of stars, serenaded by wistful vocals to stir the emotions of any listener it passes by.
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This week, BATTS has released an accompanying music video to go with "For Now". There's a lonely, sojourner feel to the song, and BATTS captures the sensation of drifting in a place far from reality in her music video. Comprised of footage from NASA's archives, the music video is the quintessential visual accompaniment to "For Now". If there were any way to get a kid interested in space and music, it looks like BATTS has created the perfect combination here.