20.04.10 by Jeff

LCD Soundsystem / Spike Jonze

“Drunk Girls” by LCD Soundsystem. Directed by Spike Jonze.

lcd soundsystem drunk girls music video spike jonze

Watch the video below!














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



  • Hmm, reminds me of a Scott Baio Army show, mixed with Warlock Pinchers. Which, happens.

  • severine

    sorry but don’t like this one. Usually love Spike’s work but not this time. Posted on many blogs this morning !! but :(

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  • I don’t think I’ve ever soon a music video with so much energy. Or pandas.

  • same here… not diggin this at all

    perhaps it has to do with not being a fan of LCD

    this song is a bit annoying and the video makes it even worse!

  • Droolin

    that happens to me on a weekly basis.

  • Love it! The DIY one-take reminds me of that Rube Goldberg-esque video “This Too Shall Pass” posted a while ago. Good stuff, good stuff!

  • Sure this isn’t the best song on the new album….but I absolutely love the LCD/JONZE combo.

  • Jonze meets Wulffmorgenthaler

  • Ben

    I’m voting awesome. It’s hilarious, energetic, and manages to capture “drunk girls” in 3 minutes time.





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