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Eleven Stars in Sigma’s ‘Find Me’ Music Video

British actress Millie Bobby Brown, who played the iconic role of Eleven in this summer’s Netflix hit Stranger Things and inspired 2016’s most popular Halloween costume, stars in the music video for the song ‘Find Me’, by DJ/producer duo Sigma, featuring vocals from Grammy nominated Birdy.

British actress Millie Bobby Brown, who played the iconic role of Eleven in this summer’s Netflix hit Stranger Things and inspired 2016’s most popular Halloween costume, stars in the music video for the song ‘Find Me’, by DJ/producer duo Sigma, featuring vocals from Grammy nominated Birdy.

The video, directed by Christopher Sims, is a powerful emotional journey with the twelve-year old actress facing the camera, lip-syncing the heartfelt vocals while wandering around a desolated urban landscape, alternately wearing a gray hoodie, a tank top, a dark jacket and a jazzy blue fur coat.

According to a tweet from Brown, she “absolutely loved” shooting the video, which ends with a plea to the audience: I see you, here in the darkness / Blinding light right where your heart is / If you’re ready, heart is open / I’ll be waiting”.

Until we see Eleven in Stranger Thing’s second season, due to be released sometime next year, watch Millie Bobby Brown in her new role as a music video star below.

‘Find Me’ is available now on Spotify, 
Apple Music and  iTunes.

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