07.04.10 by Jeff

Two Door Cinema Club

“Something Good Can Work” by Two Door Cinema Club. Just a nice laid back Kings Of Convenience type of vibe. Directed by OneInThree.

Two Door Cinema Club / Something Good Can Work music video

Watch the music video below!













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



  • the sound is not like Kings Of Convenience at all, just the easy-going-ness of the video reminds me of them

  • I agree with you Jeff, I saw both in live, not the same kind at all.

    Anyway, nice video!

    • yea i was just clarifying the comparison – the visuals, not the music

  • All of their videos are pretty cool.

  • pbirch

    be sure t check out their whole album. its all gold

  • what a wonderful experience for my eyes ! a pleasure to watch. I don’t like this kind of music, too naive for me, but the video ir really lovely !

  • d.no

    The pool shot, and the last shot flying up from the sand dunes are soooo awesome!

    • ya how did they do that pool shot???

      • Teej

        We want to know too! Do you (or anyone else) know how they filmed the pool shot?

  • ryan

    check out the Twelves Remix of this song. SO GOOD!

  • Kyle

    Hey Hamada I posted the twelves remix on my facebook page a while ago, it’s wicked.

    http://hypem.com/#/track/1082676/Two+Door+Cinema+Club+-+Something+Good+Can+Work+The+Twelves+Remix+

  • CANARY

    Filmed in Gran Canaria.Canary Islands.Spain

  • I’ve been in love with this band for like a year and a half and they’re finally getting some exposure!

    This video just made me smile

  • liz

    yes, not comparable with kings of convenience in musical style, but in video. not crazy about this band, but my opinion doesn’t really matter.

  • Such a nice music, quite the same intentions of kings of convenience and totally cool video shots :)! what a wonderful trip for my eyes.

  • Bugsy

    Randomly came across this. Really happy to see people like our video 🙂 Thanks. http://www.colonelblimp.com/music/view-work/item669/OneInThree/

    Best Bugsy (OneInThree)

  • aLli

    WOW THAT made me really dizzy i liked it

  • Jodie

    I don’t think I’ve stopped listening to this song. It’s great!





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