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The three-and-a-half-minute video features the model and actress playing a homeless woman who is also a drug addict.

AceShowbiz - The Spencer Lee Band recently released the music video for their song "River Water" starring Cara Delevingne. The three-and-a-half-minute video features the model and actress playing a homeless woman who is also a drug addict.

It starts off with a messy looking Cara sitting on the streets while a cardboard with the words, "Spare any change to buy some food. Very hungry," on it could be seen next to her. Knowing that no one will give her any money, she walks towards a garbage bin and searches around a car in hopes to find some food.

Night comes, and the weather gets cooler. The "Suicide Squad" artist is clearly feeling the cold as she lies on the ground while trembling. Her face looks pale. Towards the end of the video, it looks like the stress of living in the street has taken a toll at her. She screams and let out her frustration by throwing away her jacket.

The visuals ends with the words "Her story is my story" written on the black screen.

It appears that Cara is portraying the past life of frontman Spencer Lee in the music video. "Sometimes folks walk down the streets and see a 'homeless guy or girl' and what I want people to realize is that's a person just like you and me struggling to just get by," he told PEOPLE. "Cara came along and completely nailed the role in the video."

In a press release about the single, Spencer said that "River Water" is extremely personal for him. "I was homeless in these L.A. streets when I wrote 'River Water'," he recalled. "F**k being homeless. It sucks. I want people to keep fighting the good fight. This is for all of them still out in those streets at night."

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