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Watch: Michel Gondry's Music Video for Metronomy's 'Love Letters'

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire February 11, 2014 at 10:45AM

Director Michel Gondry has directed music videos for Daft Punk, Beck, The White Strips, Radiohead and other major musical acts. In his latest music video, for Metronomy's boppy "Love Letters," the band plays inside a child-like painted box with cut-outs as a 360-degree camera slowly spins around them.
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Director Michel Gondry has directed now classic music videos for Daft Punk, Beck, The White Strips, Radiohead and other major musical acts. In his latest music video, for Metronomy's boppy "Love Letters," the band performs the catchy tune inside a colorfully painted club house with cut-outs as a 360-degree camera slowly spins around them. In their matching maroon outfits, the band looks a bit like an older, more diverse Partridge Family - and the music is just as cheerfully cheesy.

Some hardcore Gondry fans are disappointed in the video, calling it "Gondry for beginners" in the comments section on the band's YouTube page.

Check it out for yourself below:

This article is related to: Michel Gondry, Michel Gondry, Music Video, YouTube





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