06.07.09 by Jeff

Sour / Hibi no Neiro

Oh. My. God. This music video is pure genius!

Sour Hibi no Neiro web cam music video

Sour Hibi no Neiro web cam music video

Watch Hibi no Neiro by Sour below!


Directors Masashi Kawamura, Hal Kirkland, Magico Nakamura, Masayoshi Nakamura all deserve some sort of medal or something! There are too many awesome ideas in this video, I almost can’t handle it.














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



  • tatong recheta torres

    this is the real WOW …. SUPER AWSOME IDEA!

  • helen

    love love love!

  • monica broderick

    i found this by someones twitter, and was amazined. i love it so much.

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  • OMG. THIS IS JUST SO AWESOME!!! it’s been awhile since i’ve seen a video this brilliant!

  • boo

    So cute! Also, now in love with the lead singer.

  • Carly W

    Brady Bunch meets the 21st century!

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  • this video is totally mind blowing and AWESOME. haha

  • Muddycheeks

    My jaw is glued to the floor!! OUTTTSTANDING JOB!!!!

  • nikki

    wow this was amazzzzing
    sosos creative
    and original and wow

  • emily

    oh my god, that was amazing!
    hah wow they really did a good job with that!

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  • Love this!

  • Zoe

    Omg that was amazing. And genius:)

  • emily

    AWESOME !! either the video was really precise or editing must have been long and hard – but either way the result is mind blowing !!

  • so

    WOW that was amazing!

  • Omg that was so wicked. Even though I can’t understand what they’re saying, it definitely brings a smile to my face!

  • that wast just insane! I love it sooooooooo much!

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  • rob

    frickin crazy

  • Magrot

    my brain hurts

  • Emily McGuire

    woah that was gnarly; how did they get the lining up of things so accurate?!

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  • an original WOW to the creators!

  • flippin awesome. fullstop.

  • Awesome ideas indeed! It is full of love!

  • THIS BLOWS MY MIND

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  • Nimbe

    AMAZING!!!! I just wonder what the lyrics means …

  • JLEE
  • Andi

    This instills Japanese pride back in my hart

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  • Jls

    This is insane! I love it!

  • 9-volt

    this deserves to be on MTV

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  • i found it by twitter too.
    really awesome, keep it up

  • Flora

    Oh my god.
    But how?

  • Best music video of 09 goes to them…

    they’re one step ahead of innovation!

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  • ok, I watched this video at least over a million times, in aw.
    It was so artistic in creative, i hope they won a award for this, and the guy’s voice and the drummer is amazing =] music to my ears

  • thanks for all the nice responses.





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