19.01.11 by Jeff

Breaker, Breaker

breaker breaker by peter bjorn and john music video

“Breaker, Breaker” by Peter, Bjorn and John. Watch the music video below!













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



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  • this is brilliant! :-)

    i wonder how long the song in the video was..

  • Nicolas

    The director copied Spike Jonze in Sweater Song. He recorded it in slow motion and fast forwarded it, Jonze recorded it fast and slowed it down. Unoriginal

    • haha the spike jonze video is by no means the only other video to have used the idea of performing a song at a slower speed and speeding it up afterwards. aside from that the two videos have nothing in commmon –

      however the Vampire Weekend video A-Punk (mentioned below) is EXTREMELY similar – i hadn’t seen it until now

      • Liam Clark

        Also the Mae Shi use a similar Technique. A lovely effect, but it is wrong to attribute it’s use to any particular band. Chances are someone was dicking around with this technique and someone saw it a LONG time ago. It goes up the ladder.

        Check em out. One of my favorite live shows yet.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUKAcKKQns4

        LC

  • Shane Knecht

    Looks an awful lot like the video for A-Punk

  • Mandy

    the snails creep me out





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