07.03.11 by Jeff

Überlin

“Überlin” by R.E.M. directed by Sam Taylor-Wood.

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Watch the music video below!














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



  • tess

    i love R.E.M. and i love these kinds of video’s, but together? … i don’t know.. :S

  • alinazarzar

    which city is the one seen in the video? anybody knows?

    • Ben

      It’s Redchurch St in East London…

    • http://www.witchstance.tumblr.com bredbin

      its in london in shoreditch, by the looks of it just off brick lane. bit weird of sam taylor wood to use her boyfriend!

  • http://pauldiddy.com yantra

    the irony is, this video isn’t available in the city of berlin thanks to wmg.

  • milky

    it´s london!

  • http://www.thedart.ca Jay Dart

    I’d rather see dancing Thom Yorke.

  • Xeniya

    is it Aaron Johnson?))
    I really like him in “Nowhere boy”)

  • Jen

    Shake dat booty!





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