21.10.11 by Jeff

Pretend

“Pretend” by The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble. This song is incredible!

The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble Pretend music video

Watch the music video below!


http://www.brandtbrauerfrick.de/

Video by Park Bennett

 













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



  • toastrander

    Sheeeiit! This song is so amazing and the video is so amazing! Shivers down my back right now… SO GOOD.

  • original song is by EMIKA http://vimeo.com/30903894 but I like the sounds of the different “real” instruments here.

    Is it just me or is this slow motion thing a bit outdated?

    • wow that live version is awesome!

  • Wow!! While the song itself isn’t really to my taste(although I suspect that it’s one of those songs that grows on you the more you hear it), the concept and video are stunning! I agree with Nuem, too – I love the instruments:)

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  • Luisainthebox

    Wow! I love this song! And the video too. It seems inspired by “Le grande bouffe” by Ferreri. And (chain reaction) it reminded me “Next floor”, the brilliant short movie by Denis Villeneuve. 🙂

  • Amazing. Absolutely beautiful!





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