Superorganism 'Everyone Wants To Be Famous' by Robert Strange

Superorganism 'Everyone Wants To Be Famous' by Robert Strange
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Superorganism came together on the internet, from all over the world, so it's appropriate that New Zealand bandmember 'Robert Strange' (aka Blair Everson) has made a video for the band that's all about the internet.

He licensed a big number of meme-worthy clips, shoehorning them into his lo-fi video for Everyone Wants To Be Famous. Having the likes of '"3D raffle in a BOSCH washing machine for ELON" by WIZZCOM 3D, and "1st GoPro Chesty skydive video of Dan Forster" by Roman Groblicki, and much much more, in the video feels right for the song, and the band.

But this one is a bit of an eye-bleeder, so to be avoided if you have photosensitive epilepsy.

Credits

Director
Robert Strange
Director of Photography
Dan Hawkins
Compositor
Letty Fox
Compositor
Alex Holberton
Production Company
Blink Industries
Label
Domino Records

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