On Our Radar: Vancouver's Noble Son offers us his "Love Love Love" just in time for Valentine's Day

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      We'd like to think that mimes are perfectly healthy, well-adjusted individuals. We'd like to think that, but it's probably not true because...well, have you ever seen a mime?

      In the video for "Love Love Love", Vancouver singer-songwriter Noble Son (a.k.a. Adam Kirschner) plays a mime, but all of the things that are traditionally missing—miming often entails the absence of physical props, dialogue, and even colour—add up to a metaphor for what he lacks in his life.

      As Kirschner sings in the song's lyrics:

      I need a little love, love, love, love, love
      Oh, gimme some love
      Maybe as a kid I didn’t get enough?

      Aptly, it takes a child to restore what has been missing, which sets off the surprise twist in the video, which was directed by Kasey Lum.

      Kirschner drops a new Noble Son album, Life Isn't Fun, this spring.