19.12.11 by Jeff

We Got Time

Moray McLaren - We Got Time music video

“We Got Time” by Moray McLaren. This video was directed by David Wilson three years ago and I forgot how amazing it is. I’m just gonna go ahead and call it the best music video of the past three years. I don’t know why I never ended up posting it before. Make sure you watch the making of video as well! All of the animations you see were done in camera!

Watch the videos below!

Making of “Moray McLaren – We Got Time”:

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



  • i like that they took an idea that was already awesome and took it to another level and then a whole other level

  • LOUISE

    HOPLY SHEET, THAT WAS BASICLY EPIC.

  • cristina

    Wow! I always envy creative people when something like this comes to me… Great article

  • Justin Joffe

    “I’m just gonna go ahead and call it the best music video of the past three years.”

    I take it you’ve never seen the video for “Last Friday Night” by Katy Perry, then.

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Have a look at more images below.

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