"EVERY DAY" is a found footage horror music video. Its jarring imagery is interwoven into a visual narrative of anger, disassociation, victimhood, isolation, death and triumph. Wordsmith and producer Zombie Jor's lyrics saturate the atmosphere with tales of betrayal, karmic cycles and irreverence unique to being an artist in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Jordan Alexander Wood
  • Jordan Nash
    Key Cast
  • Antrevian X
    Key Cast
    "Miss E. 4th"
  • Jordan Alexander Wood
  • Jordan Alexander Wood
    Costume Design
  • Yaya Frost
    Costume Design
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Music Video, Short
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 5 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 20, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    600 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Jordan Alexander Wood

Jordan Alexander Wood is a multidisciplinary artist based in Cleveland, Ohio. Born at the very turn of the digital age, their work seeks to romanticize the diaspora and spiritual paralysis of a Black, gender non-comforming American. Through visual montage and photography, Jordan expresses the inherent parallels between the repression of their own individual rights as a free being and the repression of the natural world. Birds beckon to one another as an amorphous, green haze fills the screen, all the while, auditory lightning disrupts any coherence the viewer might have been rooted in. This is Jordan’s world, devoid of duality, grounded only in one’s senses and the promise of enlightenment on the other end of chaos.

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Director Statement

The music video for "EVERY DAY" is my twisted love letter to the city of Cleveland. Its characters convey personal feelings of isolation and rage born of stagnation, mental anguish and insecurity. Contrarily its imagery is stimulating, campy, exaggerated and fast paced. Zombie Jor's searing poetry speaks directly to the experience of an artist in Cleveland, and so I built a world of faceless characters to make our internal forces visible.