Here’s another contender for music video of the year, I Say Fever by Ramona Falls. Directed by Stefan Nadelman.
I’m normally not a fan of this style of animation at all, but this is excellent! Watch the video below!
it helps that the song is awesome
sweet jesus jones, this is amazing
jesus, the video AND the song TOGETHER, both are killing it. Love the video, its phenomenal.
effin’ right! i almost feel guilty for ever using the word amazing before i saw i this video.
At the beginning of the video it seemed kind of average, but then when you get to about 55 seconds in you start to hear the drumbeat + guitar solo + flashing lights… and then you realize how awesome this video really is! — Keep on posting music vids, Jeff!
Cant. Stop. Watching.
amazing. Brilliant use of the song.
Interesting the perfume is German “Fieber” or in English “fever” I wonder what else hidden in the video?
that’s cool, i didn’t know that!
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Best video in a long while! BOOOOOOM!!!!
Wow. Looks great.
Have you seen the videos that this guy has done for Menomena’s ‘Evil Bee’? Brilliant!
that just blew me away!
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Does this kind of animation have a special name? I’m searching for similar references, so… anyone that knows …help!
it doesn’t, but it should!
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