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Music Video (HD) for Two Weeks directed by Patrick Daughters.
Producer Karen Lin
VFX The Mill
Production company The Directors Bureau
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The Fleet Foxes playing "Blue Ridge Mountain" at the Grand Palais in Paris, France
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"A friend's friend let us into an abandoned wing of the Grand Palais. There were empty spaces, as if abandoned at short notice, unreasonably high ceilings. The perfect place for the Fleet Foxes..."
Produced by Chryde for La Blogotheque
Directed by Vincent Moon
Sound by JB Aubonner
Edited by Lucas Archambault
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Musician and illustrator Jeffrey Lewis constructs a time lapse, large scale illustration, while his performance is rotoscoped into a comic book cartoon, all his own. "To Be Objectified" is from the album " 'Em Are I'" by Jeffrey Lewis & The Junkyard, set to be released in the US May of 2009 on Rough Trade Records.
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Grizzly Bear sing "Knife" in Paris, France
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"In a street of Paris, France. The guys from Grizzly Bear didn't have any instruments with them, so they just improvised an a capella version of their new song, The Knife. We had so much fun filming them..."
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Beirut play "Nantes" in Oberkampf, Paris, France
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"And in the middle, theres Zach. Frail Zach, with his skinny yet magical arms. These arms that convey his excitement as he communicates to his band through them; a conductor, pointing to instruments as he watches momentum build in the song..."