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Calling on Logic’s lyrical prowess for a furthered release of Sam Smith and Timberland’s “Pray,” the duo, or more so, trio, have carried the track’s slow, thoughtful melancholia through into a selection of moving cinematic shots.

Directed by Joe Connor, the dim-lit production follows the artists through the halls of an eerie mansion, as both musicians begin to mimic each other’s movement as the clip progresses towards a notably climactic end; something that has become synonymous with Sam Smith’s style.

Enjoy the video above, and let us know in the comment section following if you prefer the version with, or without Logic.

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