A song and animated music video by the Greek multi-instrumentalist Oh (aka Olivia Hadjiioannou). It takes the listener beyond the vicissitudes of relationship and love, beyond the criteria of reciprocity and togetherness. It casts a light on the individual within the relationship rather than the relationship itself. Expressing how one's state of mind, if left unchecked and allowed to settle too long in dark and despondent moods, eventually wears away at the soul of the other, casting an immutable spell unwittingly upon the one you love. Filmed at the seashore in Glyfada, a southern suburb of Athens, in the late summer of 2017. During filming, there was a tragic oil spill--precipitated by the negligence of the Greek government. It was an ecological disaster in the waters of the Saronikos. On the last day of filming the beach was covered in oil, dead birds covered in tar and the stench of petrol in the air. The song "Deserted Eyes" is about how a person's dark, depressed and toxic state of mind can poison our interpersonal relationships and eventually dim the light of the soul in the eyes of others, stealing their aspirations, hopes and finally the connection to their own soul and sense of self. The oil spill, starkly depicted with the blackening of the earth, toxic fumes, depressed state all present experienced, the death of wildlife - the irreparable damage to the interpersonal relationships shared everyday by all the beach-goers and coastal community. During post-production, the correlation that tragic event had to the song was incorporated into the visuals of the final clips.