How Can A Video With 500 Hot Girls Suck So Badly?

abe&tell – one shot stop motion with 500+ girls!You can hear more and buy the CD at: http://abeandtell.bandcamp.com More than 500 (!!!) girls, from all around Sydney, holding up a one-shot film clip Become a fan on the facebook: http://facebook.com/abeandtell The official website: http://abeandtell.com abe&tell – This Man's Brighter Days A one-shot film within a stop-motion clip. Created by Orrin Hastings – orrin@orrinhastings.com2012-05-30T20:25:54.000Z

This music video for unknown indie-folk band Abe&tell has been getting a lot of viral buzz recently. It seems indie bands and stop-motion videos are the secret formula for viral success (think Gotye and Oren Lavie). The video is a pretty impressive feat of stop-motion animation, coming from an unknown band that obviously spent a lot of its own time shooting and editing everything. You take that and add over 500 girls, you’ve got to have a home run on your hands, right?

Well, to put it bluntly, no.

The video sucks. I can’t sugarcoat this one, it just flat out sucks. “Why does it suck?” you’re asking. “It’s got a ton of beautiful babes!” Yes, okay, it does. But it is also extremely boring. You don’t get enough of a glimpse at any of the girls and the song itself is a bland, generic indie folk song. Musically and visually, there’s nothing new here. We’ve seen the stop-motion music video done before and way better by unknown indie artists. Let’s be honest with each other, internet: Just because it takes a long time to make doesn’t mean it’s good. Check out some good stop-motion indie music videos below!


Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra) – official music videoFrom the album Making Mirrors Official Gotye Store: https://store.gotye.com/ http://www.gotye.com/ Video credits: Directed, produced and edited by Natasha Pincus Body art by Emma Hack Cinematographer and colourist: Warwick Field Scenic artist: Howard Clark Key grip: Rob Hansford Assistants: Rose Cidoni, Claire Leighton, Rob Murray Original artwork by Frank De Backer Music credits: Produced by Wally…2011-07-05T21:29:29.000Z


Her Morning Elegance / Oren LavieOren Lavie facebook page: http://facebook.com/OrenLavieOfficial Watch the video's frame by frame Gallery: http://www.hmegallery.com http://www.orenlavie.com "Her Morning Elegance" – from the album "The Opposite Side of the Sea", written and produced by Oren Lavie. © 2009 A Quarter Past Wonderful. Oren Lavie music on iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-opposite-side-of-the-sea/id341034600 Her Morning Elegance video – Directed by: Oren Lavie,…2009-01-20T06:22:17.000Z