09.10.09 by Jeff

White Rabbits / Percussion Gun

I’m diggin’ this video for Percussion Gun by Brooklyn-based, White Rabbits. Directed by Andrew Droz Palermo. In many ways it reminds me of Battles’ video for Atlas.

white rabbits brooklyn percussion gun music video

Watch the video below!


White Rabbits perform Percussion Gun on Letterman (CRAZY!!!):

The song is a bit old but I saw it on Monster Children and had to post it.

PS – Here’s the Battles video for Atlas (aka best video EVER):













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



  • That Letterman performance is inSANE. I have to watch it again.. and again.

  • NICE NEW BACKGROOOOOOOUND! :)

  • Too bad they stole the drum beat from Adam and The Ant’s Kings Of The Wild Frontier.

    No one seems to notice this for some reason.

  • Yeah, this song is super sick. The Letterman performance was so good.

  • dno

    I LOVE when a band plays with soo much energy that I have no choice but to punch myself in the face. These guys are heroes…

    • yea that synchronized drumming does it for me

  • GT

    the battles video is the best video ever? really jeff? i mean its good, as is the tune, but the best ever? i think that hyperbole might be one too far. GT

  • charles

    that band sucked
    but sick video

    • ^ no.

    • Kyle

      yea I could see that.. if you don’t like pianos, sick drums, rolling bass, infectious leads and puppies. Totally understandable!

  • BATTLES rocks my socks off. These guys aren’t too shabby either ;)

  • Meg

    Im plain and simply in love with that Battles track. So infectious

  • Thanks everyone!

  • janushouemagnussen

    Great song and video. another of my favourite songs and videos is for danish MEW, from their latest record, hope the link works: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=866YVD2_DRk&feature=related

  • rosekat

    Decent… made me want to go listen to the Walkmen, which is a compliment to be sure.

  • love the picture, with the lights! the first one!





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