29.04.11 by Jeff

Lovely Bloodflow

“Lovely Bloodflow” by Baths. Directed by Young Replicant.

Baths lovely bloodflow music video directed by Young Replicant

Watch the music video below!














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



  • not to much, just perfect..

  • AWESOME. perfec. delicate

  • interesting… they brought new ideas to this concept, I like it…. did he get his soul eaten?

  • I wondered when this would show up on Booooooom. Great video.

  • Steven Duncan

    i love the other videos done by these guys. absolutely brilliant stuff. especially the m83 video!

  • Rik

    AAAAAAH this song keeps haunting me it’s so unbelievably good!

    (also: Freudian slip, when I wanted to type “good” just now, I first typed “blood” :P)

  • vvilhelm

    loved this music video for sometime now, love baths, love anticon! yay! 😀

  • Johanna

    saw him live, it was amazing!

  • MOLB

    Just bought the CD of Baths because of this video, love it!

  • sepanta

    Masterpiece

  • Genco

    solid n perfect.

  • bueleena

    what´s the song?





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