Introduction Music Video Analysis - Coffee and TV The song Coffee and TV is by a band called Blur.
The music video is about an animated milk carton who decides to leave home because no one has given him any attention.
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Behind him you can see the sunny, grassy background, this might connote happiness.
As he gets into dangerous hazards the background becomes grey, the milk carton starts running, this connotes that he is scared and upset.