30.09.13 by Jeff

MGMT “Cool Song No. 2” Music Video

MGMT Cool Song No. 2 music video

Despite being completely underwhelming, MGMT’s latest album has already produced two great music videos. The latest one, directed by Isaiah Seret, stars Michael K. Williams (he will always be Omar from ‘The Wire’ as far as I’m concerned) and Dennis Hopper’s son, Henry.

The song is whatever but the visuals, my god. Hats off to the DP, Bradford Young, this is a stunner. Watch “Cool Song No. 2” (a song title that actually makes me cringe) below!


 

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



  • Alex Cline

    I totally agree with you. You’d think after apologizing for the quality of their last album, they’d offer up at least a minimally satisfying new one.

  • ya i dont understand it, i really tried to give the album multiple listens and gave up

  • Ross CMR

    Which video is better? the one above or their one for “Alien days” http://smarturl.it/AlienDays





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