19.01.12 by Jeff

Matthew Dear + Jonny Pierce

Matthew Dear ft. Jonny Pierce – In The Middle (I Met You There) music video
“In The Middle (I Met You There)” by Matthew Dear, featuring Jonny Pierce from The Drums. How did they achieved the painterly effect? Is it just paint filmed through glass with a bunch of crossfades?

Watch the music video below!

Directed by Morgan Beringer

matthewdear.com / myspace.com/thedrumsforever













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



  • mesmerizing. i thought it was all just abstract shapes then i started seeing stuff. TRIPPAAAY

  • Adam Rabb Adam Rabb

    Rad song. Totally rad video. I think its possible that it was made by blowing compressed air at thinned paint. The transitions were impressive.

  • Ben

    2:13 Whoa.

  • sooo good! Reminds me of Panda Bear’s You Can Count on Me video, all the abstractions become a literal visualizer to the song.

  • Looks like someone poured paint on their windshield while driving through a car wash to me. Just a guess.





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