03.03.11 by Jeff

How Are You Doing?

Living Sisters - How Are You Doing? music video gondry

“How Are You Doing?” by Living Sisters. Directed by Michel Gondry! Watch the music video below!

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

  • http://bryansmithart.blogspot.com Bryan

    ahhh! Love the experimentation, but my tired eyes can’t deal with three frames at once.

  • http://raymondroman.wordpress.com/ Raymond Roman

    Oh wow, I like it!

  • myfriendsmadeofsatin

    maybe its just meant for three separate viewings

    gondry gifted us three-fer one!

  • http://jazzydigital.tumblr.com Jasmine

    Super clever with a touch of cuteness as usual :)

  • http://attiataylor.bandcamp.com Attia


  • http://www.joelbenjamin.co.uk joel benjamin

    I love them, all three.

  • lapetitefaon

    WOW! Even during all the scenes of destruction I felt so happy! this is a lovely song!

  • http://www.trembletremble.com Diana////////////////////

    so awesome

  • http://psychedelicanemone.blogspot.com thomessa

    An insanely lovely video!

  • http://www.niko.shrubbyart.com Niko

    Awesome! Classic Gondry!

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  • http://www.izz0bell.tumblr.com izz0bell

    this is so well done. fits together so perfectly

  • Spoony

    Awesome song, might just be my geek mind but erm… Doesn’t the right sister look like princess Leia @ 2min30-35 ?

  • http://www.birdbee.be birdbee

    great video! michel gondry does it again :)
    it’s so great that he keeps trying new things, and it’s always amazing!

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