Montreal’s Blood and Glass have premiered a meaningful, beautiful and ultra-feminist video for their song, “Sing Dear Queen”, this weekend – listen via Soundcloud – in remembrance of the shooting of 14 women that took place in Montreal at ther École Polytechnique on December 6, 1989. Blood and Glass front woman, Lisa Moore, appeared on CBC Cinque at Six on Saturday to discuss. The story of the video, directed by Kristina Wagenbauer, revolves around a six-year old girl whose mother forces her to do a beauty competition. The video finds an eeriness in pink colors, purple hues and fake diamonds with a spray-tanned little girl whose only goal in life is to be pretty. “Sing Dear Queen” looks into the psychology of one little girl, exploring her wishes to be playing outside with the other kids deep in her dreams, but alas, remains trapped in a world that tugs on her hair and applies mascara to her fragile lashes.