"It feels good to turn the tables on him," the Toronto singer-songwriter says of burning her ex in her new project.
"Do you really feel nothing for me anymore?"
"I felt lots for you in the moment. … But I wasn't looking for anything more than a fling."
So goes one of the many text exchanges between "Her" and "Him" in Blaise Moore's music video for "Friends," where the singer-songwriter has transformed real text-message conversations with her ex-boyfriend into meta-subtitles and delicious theater. But that's just the tip of Moore's revenge-music iceberg.