26.11.10 by Jeff

Broken Bones

the holidays broken bones music video

“Broken Bones” by The Holidays. Some amazing shots in here. Watch the music video below!














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



  • If anyone knows who directed this please let me know!

  • It cut my voice

  • Jack

    I feel like this video is doing nothing but trying to be as weird as possible. Kinda aggravates me that people praise stuff like this but hate on very well done videos like the Arcade Fire and M.I.A. videos posted.

    • Joe

      I totally agree. There were some cool concepts in this video, but it was just too much.

    • lapetitefaon

      I don’t think I understand this criticism? I thought this was beautiful and visually interesting! Yes, the running theme was things out of the ordinary, but the shots were gorgeous and seamlessly woven together. I think its fair to praise works that are beautiful and thoughtful and this video definitely was! (Arcade Fire video definitely was too! I love it! as for the M.I.A sensationalistic piece of poo, not so much…)





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