Stranger Than Fiction: Gothic Intertextuality in Shakespears Sister’s Music Videos

  title={Stranger Than Fiction: Gothic Intertextuality in Shakespears Sister’s Music Videos},
  author={Tomasz Fisiak},
The following article is going to focus on a selection of music videos by Shakespears Sister, a British indie pop band consisting of Siobhan Fahey and Marcella Detroit, which rose to prominence in the late 1980s. This article scrutinizes five of the band’s music videos: “Goodbye Cruel World” (1991), “I Don’t Care” (1992), “Stay” (1992), “All the Queen’s Horses” (2019) and “When She Finds You” (2019; the last two filmed 26 years after the duo’s turbulent split), all of them displaying a strong… Expand


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