17.09.10 by Jeff

Crave You

“Crave You”, by Flight Facilities.

flight facilities crave you featuring giselle music video

Watch the music video below!


Directed by Rhett Wade-Ferrell.













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



  • lapetitefaon

    I don’t know if I get this video…its like if an urban outfitters catalog was made into a video. Though the girl is very pretty, but that’s about it!

    • this is a fair criticism but i really liked the ending of the video

      • Sorry but I’m allergic to the old “look into the camera in the final shot to break the magic”-trick. It hasn’t been good since Truffaut’s 400 Blows and even then he really had to volley it up a looong time to smash it that well.

      • i was referring to the characters switching places

  • You’re right jeff, the ending is pretty cute. my dad even came into the room to find out what I was listening to.
    however, I have got to say, this girl is absolutely gorgeous – wifey material!

  • Left me wanting more!

  • Roberto

    the snake part is really hot XD

  • Such a cool shiet! Kinda looks like it’s an urbanoutfitter’s adv but thumbs up still!





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