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Barnaby Roper’s Love Is Lost Visual On Vice.com

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on November 13, 2013

 

“Your house and even your eyes are new”

 

VICE.com is exclusively hosting Barnaby Roper’s new visual for the full 10:24 Version of David Bowie’s Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix By James Murphy For The DFA). Here’s a bit from Vice.

 

This morning, VICE is pleased to present the new video from our number-one mega music crush of all time, David Bowie. This is the part of the article where we usually write something like “if you’re not familiar with Bowie, he’s a…” but you do know exactly who he is, and if you don’t, you should reconsider a few things about your life and how you got to where you are without being aware of this national treasure... or at least rewatch Labyrinth.

 

It’s a mesmerising film with Busby Berkeley-esque kaleidoscopic clapping hands via texture mapping, 3D lovers, eyeballs and a couple of Bowie blipverts. Well, that’s our take on it, but you can see for yourself on VICE.com now

 

UPDATE: You can now view the video on YouTube.

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    13 November 2013
    Barnaby Roper’s Love Is Lost Visual On Vice.com

     

    “Your house and even your eyes are new”

     

    VICE.com is exclusively hosting Barnaby Roper’s new visual for the full 10:24 Version of David Bowie’s Love Is Lost (Hello Steve Reich Mix By James Murphy For The DFA). Here’s a bit from Vice.

     

    This morning, VICE is pleased to present the new video from our number-one mega music crush of all time, David Bowie. This is the part of the article where we usually write something like “if you’re not familiar with Bowie, he’s a…” but you do know exactly who he is, and if you don’t, you should reconsider a few things about your life and how you got to where you are without being aware of this national treasure... or at least rewatch Labyrinth.

     

    It’s a mesmerising film with Busby Berkeley-esque kaleidoscopic clapping hands via texture mapping, 3D lovers, eyeballs and a couple of Bowie blipverts. Well, that’s our take on it, but you can see for yourself on VICE.com now

     

    UPDATE: You can now view the video on YouTube.