“Iron” by Woodkid. Directed by Yoann Lemoine. WOW…
Watch the music video below!
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!
love it! so rich in symbolism and technically flawless.
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The song was great, but the video was mind blowing. I have never seen such a beautiful music video!
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is that the singer from gallowes? classy
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
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.
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