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Vampire Weekend’s Cousins by Garth Jennings

David Knight - 24th Nov 2009

After A-Punk a while ago, here's another deceptively simple, beautifully conceptual Vampire Weekend performance video by Garth Jennings. And like A-Punk it just gets more enjoyable and rewarding each time you watch it.

After A-Punk a while ago, here's another deceptively simple, beautifully conceptual Vampire Weekend performance video by Garth Jennings. And like A-Punk it just gets more enjoyable and rewarding each time you watch it. There's no framerate-manipulation this time. The band really did go that fast, up and down the track - powered by four grips running as fast as possible. And here's an indication of Garth's pinpoint preparation: the video was assembled by Dom Leung during the shoot and technically finished as soon as they had the last shot. Two and a half minutes of joy.

There's no framerate-manipulation this time. The band really did go that fast, up and down the track - powered by four grips running as fast as possible. And here's an indication of Garth's pinpoint preparation: the video was assembled by Dom Leung during the shoot and technically finished as soon as they had the last shot.

After A-Punk a while ago, here's another deceptively simple, beautifully conceptual Vampire Weekend performance video by Garth Jennings. And like A-Punk it just gets more enjoyable and rewarding each time you watch it. There's no framerate-manipulation this time. The band really did go that fast, up and down the track - powered by four grips running as fast as possible. And here's an indication of Garth's pinpoint preparation: the video was assembled by Dom Leung during the shoot and technically finished as soon as they had the last shot. Two and a half minutes of joy.

Two and a half minutes of joy.

After A-Punk a while ago, here's another deceptively simple, beautifully conceptual Vampire Weekend performance video by Garth Jennings. And like A-Punk it just gets more enjoyable and rewarding each time you watch it. There's no framerate-manipulation this time. The band really did go that fast, up and down the track - powered by four grips running as fast as possible. And here's an indication of Garth's pinpoint preparation: the video was assembled by Dom Leung during the shoot and technically finished as soon as they had the last shot. Two and a half minutes of joy.

David Knight - 24th Nov 2009

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Director
Garth Jennings
Producer
Nick Goldsmith
Production Company
Hammer & Tongs

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Editor
Dominic Leung

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Commissioner
Phil Lee

David Knight - 24th Nov 2009

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