06.09.10 by Jeff

Röyksopp / The Drug

Unsettling new video for “The Drug”, by Röyksopp.

royksopp the drug music video

Watch the music video below!

Directed by Noel Paul and Stefan Moore (that go).

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

  • Michael

    Gotta love dystopian imagery. I love it when the visual narrative of a music video gives a song which I would otherwise find uninteresting a certain level of depth.

    • http://j-sev.tumblr.com/ j sev

      What happened to the other video for this song?? I preferred it. I’ve been searching all over the internet but it seems to have disappeared… shame.

  • Joel


    But yes, definitely weird. I love Royskopp.

  • http://www.webdesignkc.co.uk Jonny

    Hmmmmmmmm apocalypse….my favourite.

  • Ramona

    I think it’s too photographic… Some scenes are there just because they look good, they don’t mix well with eachother and don’t even build a story. I guess we let us impressed of things too shallow these days. The song is very nice, though.

  • Kris di

    Though I very much enjoy the strange and apocalyptic feel, a part of me can’t help but take offense that all but one of the unsettling images of distorted faces seem to use people of color. I don’t like the sinking suspicion that it was intended to help induce a feeling of dread.

  • sick mark

    i don’t think it’s apocalyptic, it looks as dilapidated as eastern europe at the moment, and i think that’s it’s merit. plus, how more present can you get-they’ve got spraybooth tees!

  • SWIN

    Great video !

  • http://www.iamartsy.com *MissLieze

    uh? I’m so lost. But I love the dog. He’s pretty 😀

    • kaylajayne

      it me feel scared, but its definately epic XD

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