02.04.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Eating Out “Pucker”

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Here’s a video for Vancouver punk band “Eating Out”, directed by Dave Ehrenreich with cinematography by Liam Mitchell. Doing drugs all day isn’t my thing but I feel like Eating Out’s video captures youth culture in the same way that old Linklater films and classic music videos, like Smashing Pumpkins’ “1979”, did. Watch “Pucker” below.


 

Dave Ehrenreich on Vimeo

Liam Mitchell on Vimeo

Eating Out on Bandcamp













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



  • Marci Willows

    I can’t speak for every type of druggie but I’ve experienced quite a bit of the drug scene in Vancouver and it went nothing like this. In fact it mostly revolved around mushrooms, weed and acid. The stuff seen in this video was more of a rare occasion type thing like when they did the nitrous oxide, definitely not something I found myself doing on a regular basis. A very nice video though.

  • RobbyEm

    Hmmmm, not exactly raw, looked like a urban outfitters ad with a few drugs stuck in there





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