30.03.11 by Jeff

Iron

“Iron” by Woodkid. Directed by Yoann Lemoine. WOW…

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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.



  • Nice !
    and Yoann Lemoine IS Woodkid, which makes him at least twice more talented…

  • haha! I just paid the first time to download a .mp3 file, all because you posted this!

    :)

  • Goosebumps.

  • Alienrace

    love it! so rich in symbolism and technically flawless.

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  • Droolin

    fantastic

  • Magda

    The song was great, but the video was mind blowing. I have never seen such a beautiful music video!

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  • gonzo

    is that the singer from gallowes? classy

  • MI

    Not really diggin the music, but WOW to the mesmerizing video. Great shots!

  • Gosh, everything about that was mind blowing. So epic and big.

  • Ok, this is insane, love it!

  • for my part, I see nothing surprising in the video… and the slow motion is interminable… Ben Dickinson’s video for “To The Lighthouse”for instance seems like a much better use of the group-of-people-seen-individually-then-fighting-or-something setup… it is more unified, where this seems a bit of a jumble

  • chills.

  • tess

    that was the best kind of ridiculous! it’s amazing how much effect slowed down shots with a high speed camera can give in video’s like this.. reminded be of http://vimeo.com/21292513
    ^ was waiting for a chance to show you this actually jeff!

  • I am pretty sure the image at the end of the video is the Mormon Temple in Switzerland.

    Why?

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