'We All Go Back to Where We Belong'

R.E.M. posted two different music videos for their final single, "We All Go Back to Where We Belong," this morning. This version, directed by Dominic DeJoseph, is nothing but a long black and white shot of actress Kirsten Dunst sitting in front of a camera and looking very restless and pretty. The other clip, which you can see here, is basically the same thing, but with artist/poet/activist John Giorno.

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