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WATCH: Pharrell Williams' "Gust of Wind" Music Video Celebrates Fall, Women with Deep Autumn Tones

by Carolyn Menyes   Oct 7, 2014 09:52 AM EDT

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Fall is here in all its glory: pumpkin spice lattes, chilly weather, the ghosts and candy of Halloween, and a new dance-worthy music video from Pharrell Williams (of course). Today (Oct. 7), just one week after dropping his brightly colored music video for "It Girl," the latest The Voice coach dropped an autumn and female themed music video for "Gust of Wind."

Pharrell and the music video's director, Edgar Wright, kept things simple for "Gust of Wind," allowing the natural beauty of the fall and the forest to lead the film's visuals. As Pharrell strolls through the forest, a variety of interpretive dancing women twirl and prance around him, creating an ethereal visual experience.

Dressed in the rich golden, red and white tones of autumn, the women are the true standouts of the clip (as is a running theme in the music videos from Pharrell's latest album G I R L). Mimicking the leaves around them, the dancers are airy and light on their feet, and it makes for a visual that's just as stunning as the natural surroundings around them.

Pharrell's "Gust of Wind" collaborators, Daft Punk, also make an appearance in the clip, though the French electronic duo are symbolized through giant Stonehenge-like statues of their helmet heads. But, it's all just a part of nature.

Watch the new music video for Pharrell Williams' "Gust of Wind" below:

"Gust of Wind" is the latest single from Pharrell Williams' new album G I R L, following the promotion of "Happy," "Marilyn Monroe," "Come Get It Bae" and "It Girl."

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