Yet another fabulous photograph from the phenomenal Wnison~! I had to listen to the song first before I felt I had background sufficient enough to leave a comment. I can see how the song inspired you...it is very odd (in a good way, I'm listening to it again now, actually : ) ), and odd things are quite inspiring...so are incredibly mediocre things...like tomatoes in the refrigerator. Anywho, the first thing I thought upon seeing the album cover and music video was that there were definite similarities to your art and the art created to accompany this song. Both use similar colour compliments and set similar, relaxing yet subtly (I don't know how to describe it) cognitively provoking (?) atmospheres. It's like a sort of incandescence radiates from every object in varying degrees, like the centerpiece, the bundle of white flowers isolated in focus, seems to be lambent with a light as if it were the sun shining through dense, morning fog. And the flowers and petals and leaves in the background all seem to BE this lambency, as if byproducts flowering from the center. You also seemed to have managed to capture the light, antique record-player crackle brushing beneath the surface of the song with the diaphanous curtain/drape/film you shot the picture through. It frames the center piece, the focus, which I interpreted to be the 'you' mentioned in the song as it is LITERALLY the only thing in focus in the picture. It really captures those magical moments when one meets (or sees from afar in a creepy, borderline stalkerish fashion) someone else who seems to unbelievably, symbiotically synchronize with (or pleasantly contrast with) you, the person being met shining as if the only thing that is really existent in your eyes just like the flower that appears alone in a bush of roses? (I'm terrible with flowers ^^'...I think it's a rose...?). Well done, Wnison, well done!