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.

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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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