Though R.E.M. just announced their split last month, the legendary indie rockers are already looking back on their legacy (and making a couple extra bucks in the process). According to Spin, the trio are releasing a post-breakup compilation titled Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage 1982-2011 on Nov. 15, which will feature three brand-new tracks to compliment what will likely be a blend of greatest hits and rarities.
Among the new tracks is "We All Go Back to Where We Belong," a simple, poignant adieu to the musical life that Michael Stipe and co. lived for 30 years. The group served up a pair of black-and-white videos for the song, one featuring actress Kirsten Dunst and the other focusing on artist/poet John Giomo. While staring at the facial expressions of famous people for three minutes sounds a little uncomfortable, there's something captivating about these living portraits when they're set to such potent, moving music.
You can check out the videos below. Did you want to cry, or did you just give up on "emotional Kirsten Dunst" one minute in?