29.05.09 by Jeff

Yeah Yeah Yeahs / Heads Will Roll

Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Heads Will Roll, directed by Richard Ayoade. The first part is slow but the second half of this video is rad. Love the editing and the confetti.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Too bad the video is not working

  • sn0wcrash

    same here. Content not available, just tried 2 european countires :(

  • dale

    Works fine now, and yes, great use of confetti. Loved the touch of the red shoes when he starts cutting dudes up.

  • I haven’t stopped listening to this song this week! I love it!

    Soft Shock is great too!

  • love this song

  • OMG. I can’t even begin to talk about how much I loved that! First of all Heads Will Roll is for sure my favourite song off It’s Blitz! I totally agree that the editing and confetti is great in the second half. The use of confetti instead of fake blood or anything else was such a good choice. It looked so dark yet beautiful/ magical and goes great with the lyrics ‘Glitter on the wet streets’ perfectly. I also really enjoyed wolfmans dance solo, ahh man just sooo good.

  • That video was sick! This is my first listen of the new yeah yeah yeahs album and i definitely am hooked

  • Awesome blog you have here! I’m finding tons of stuff that I like. This video is rad! :D





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