03.11.09 by Jeff

Kings Of Convenience / Boat Behind

Boat Behind by Kings Of Convenience. Directed by Francois Nemeta.

kings of convenience boat behind music video

This video makes me miss summer! Watch it below!














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



  • Sean

    Love these guys!

  • Lovley video. I’m seriously missing summer now too!

  • really nice music video !

  • Kings of Convenience! I love them!

  • Last Sunday they were here in Madrid, it was an incredible show!!

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  • J’aime ton style François.

  • sn0wcrash

    beautiful :)

  • Realy nice video!

    I saw them yesterday in Paris, such a good show.

  • oh love this a lot!
    make me miss summer too :(

  • emily

    absolutely lovely, and in a really indie/sweet/make-you-smile way x

  • and just to say, erlend øye is the original nerd of all nerds lookin pps outhere…dude has been lookin like this his whole life

    the original nerd and the true.

  • il duderino

    Can´t get enough of this guys.





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“Spiral #9” (1996)

 

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