20.04.10 by Jeff

LCD Soundsystem / Spike Jonze

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

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Watch the video below!














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



  • http://alex.skazat.com Alex Skazat

    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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  • http://www.top5photos.wordpress.com Helena

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

  • http://colectivofuturo.com colectivo futuro

    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.

  • http://choplogik.org Choplogik

    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!

  • http://www.grantharder.com grant

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

  • http://sepp.offline.ee/ sepp

    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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