19.01.12 by Jeff

Matthew Dear + Jonny Pierce

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“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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