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Støv - «Rives»

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Music video for Støv's single «Rives». Video made by Cole Kush and Joel Burford (www.hdsolutions.solutions.

Støv Facebook: www.facebook.com/stovmusikk
Støv Instagram: @stovmusikk

Link to YouTube version: http://bit.ly/17huENH

Song available on iTunes, Spotify etc.

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I am surprised that this doesn't have a higher rating! I love it just because of how surreal it is. I guess some people will be turned off by how scary it is. It was weird to use this as a music video. I'm thinking it would have worked better if it was just a random video. Was it trying to be serious?

There was no Comedy tag with this. Maybe some people were turned off by the foreign language. Hey, that never stopped "There She Is!" from being immensely popular. It did get pretty ugly at times. Of course, that seemed to be the point.

I... what?

this is 2spooky4me

I am oddly entertained by this!

.....Wut?

That's all I have to say about this video. Ok, not entirely all, let's elaborate: the animation was pretty good, but.... Ehhh, that was fuckin' weird. And creepy. And uncanny. Why that guy had a rose instead of a head? Why the floaty balloon men? Why this annoing VHS static? What is everything? It's too heavy on artsy-fartsy symbolism bullshit, to the point that it is beyond any attempt of interpretation. Music Videos should be simple ilustrations to the song, this is too convoluted and just plain bizarre. If you wanted us to feel something from this video, well I guess it did work, because I felt something... Something called confusion. Still It's a solid 3D animation, and if it wasn't glitched on purpose, it would look very professional. It reminds me of Garry's Mod, or SFM movies, except without beloved Video Game Characters, and not funny. 3 stars for solid work on 3d models and animation, but it's not so great, it doesn't really deserve frontpage.