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Wow. This video is terrible. I watched the youtube clip discussing the concept for this video and the concept seemed... meh... at best. so the wanted the video to look like the band was playing inside a siren, but what they attemped was the band in a dome light... and the final product didn't even do that.  It would have been better to just record the band playing at some random park. Actually, that would have been cool.

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This video is so bad that it's pretty awesome. I love the keyboard player. Hell, I love all these musicians. I feel bad for the guy who was painted blue. He never got a close up.

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This is so bad that it's freaking awesome.

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Just a bad video. Which is sad because the one-take video Walk The Moon did for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDVW81bXo0s is great. I think the concept of the video was a google search for "80s clip art" mixed with dancing. In all fairness, I did have a sweet Trapper Keeper in the 80s that resembled this video.

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This is a nice pop song with an 80s New Wave feel. But geez, what a terrible video. The cliche of a roller coaster relationship, but it's just chasing a girl for 80% of the video, playing music on top of a truck for 15% of the video, and the the girl attacking the guy for 5% with shaky camera. Whoa, crazy roller coaster! Better concept: the band in slow motion eating cheeseburgers while riding an actual roller coaster.

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No words...

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They try so, so hard. They want you to know they're hipsters, damn it! I guess this is what you get when you're from Idaho and shack up in Portland.

[Edit] Video is from Vimeo - will open in new window.

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This video confuses the hell out of me. That's good for this song, right? Gets the hell out? Anyway, the singer doesn't want to get adjusted to this life (whatever that's supposed to mean):

The Bar at Night
1) He apparently hates bars and drinking, but he's totally cool with his CD in the bar's jukebox.
2) No woman has ever tried to pick him up at a bar.
3) Why does he touch the drunk, stumbling guy? There's no reason for it. It's just weird.
4) Why is he in the bar in the first place? He doesn't have any apparent friends there. He's not there to drink, play pool, shoot darts, watch the game, or socialize in any manner.
5) Holy lens flare, Batman. Damn. It made my eyes feel like I had been swimming in a highly chlorinated public swimming pool for 2 hours.

Daytime
4) What's with the military fetish? He loves seeing.... soldiers? He doesn't give any indication he's been in the military. So he likes seeing other people in the military for him? Why couldn't it have just been a dude coming home to see his wife?
5) He's got buddies who work on cars. Cool I guess.
6) He sees a friend and her kid at the park. Cool I guess.
7) But he apparently he doesn't like any of this stuff either since he doesn't want to get adjusted to any of it.

Conclusion: This guy has never been in a bar. It's like a person at a coffee shop once told him about what a bar is like. Did he just go to the bar because he wanted to play his song and then got pissed when no one would listen to it? He doesn't try to play his song for any of the people in the daytime shot. He only plays in an empty church.

This is one awesomely bad video. I loved it.
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