In following with the Films of Innocence project, U2 has shared a video for "This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now." Chinese-born artist DALeast is featured, and you can watch his contribution to the project above via YouTube.
DALeast ends up in Manhattan by way of digging a hole from China. He's homeless, penniless, and dirty. That doesn't stop his creativity though, as he's seen in abandoned warehouses and theaters creating his artwork. Skillful illustrations of wolves and birds adorn vans, walls, and buildings. His animals come to life and bring a sense of beauty to a city known as the concrete jungle. "This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now" is video that tells the story of DALeast, and is an excellent addition to the Films of Innocence series.
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Source: U2VEVO YouTube