03.12.09 by Jeff

The Avett Brothers / Jody Hill

Slight Figure of Speech by The Avett Brothers. Directed by Jody Hill. If you know who Jody Hill is, you know how awesome this video will be, even before you watch it.

The Avett Brothers Slight Figure of Speech music video directed by Jody Hill

Watch the video below!














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



  • hahahha love the “Odell” reference –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z18X1jmj15w

  • wow that was awesome!

  • :D
    Fucking Great

  • jsancho

    hahahaha so good, this just reminded me that i gotta watch the rest of the eastbound and down episodes

  • hahah I love this !

  • xallxsewnxupx

    and cassette?!?

  • dno

    These guys are the BEST!

  • rob

    hahahaha

  • Ben

    hahaha you gotta call the number its awesome

    • what are the numbers for “tab” i dont have a phone with it written on it

  • Ben

    1-888-822-9373

    • hahahahaha “i gotta find a job” hahaha

  • Maw

    Hehehe “magic massage hammock.” fun.

  • panda

    love this

  • Erin

    hhahaha oh my gosh this is so great.
    I’m not gonna sugarcoat it folks we’re out of business!

  • LLAME YA ! LLAME YA !

  • that is so flippinng hilarious. the phone number is great

  • rafa

    jajajaja, muy bueno el estaff chafa jajaja





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