03.07.12 by Jeff

Spiritualized / Little Girl

Spiritualized Little Girl music video by Vincent Haycock
I really like the cinematography in Vincent Haycock’s videos, here’s his latest one for Spiritualized. (DP on this one was Steve Annis.)

Watch below!

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



  • LyssaByrd

    hella sad, not sure how to feel after watching- conflicted. guess that is evidence of a job well done, to leave on questioning that is. 

    • i dont really understand the burning tower thing but i think she feels more free riding her bike than being around people – which i guess could be a sad thing but its kind of a positive ending i think

  • Alanbrodre

    foda

  • aaron

    if you like the cinematography so much give credit to his DP! just sayin..

  • Brennan Sloan

    Does anyone know what model bike that is she’s riding? it’s awesome!





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