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12/06/05
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(drillTEAM Media) The OC’s Mischa Barton will star in the new James Blunt video for the track ‘Goodbye My Lover’ from his hit album Back to Bedlam.

The video was filmed in October in Los Angeles by director Sam Brown. Brown has also directed Blunt’s ‘High’ and ‘You’re Beautiful’ videos, as well as clips for Texas, The Doves, Elbow and Armand Van Helden.

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