03.12.10 by Jeff

We Want Our Things

“We Want Our Things” by Nite Jewel.

nite jewel we want our things music video

Watch the music video below!

Directed by Ola Vasiljeva.













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



  • Yes.Yes.Yes.

  • Just great!

  • these visuals are amazing

  • Is he using the xbox kinect ?
    just like that elephant man
    hack of it ?

    google it: elephant man kinect.

  • I really love this

  • oh man i love me some nite jewel! what a beautiful video. the album is fantastic too.

  • My Checmical Bromance

    i love when visuals that i find psychedelic can be this detailed

  • mp

    Anyone have any idea how they got these effects? They seem so organic!

  • carlos infante

    woooow i dont know how yo doit but is relly amaizing nice job





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