Filmloom “L i m i t”

“L I M I T”
Brandon Bowker/Eric Tempelaere
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June 11, 2013


Hello programming pals it’s Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo staff, here to bring you another must-see clip from an act that is not quite like anything else you’ve ever seen. The music of experimental duo Filmloom from Michigan can fall into categories of cinematic pop and folktronic. With a wide array of influences revolving around musical acts such as Sigur Ros, Grizzly Bear, and Radiohead, the duo enigmatically creates songs that are full of energy and creative power. HIP Video Promo is pleased to introduce their eclectic video clip, “L i m i t.”

Filmloom proclaim, to be “weaving a story” through the art of their music. This collaboration includes two impassioned individuals making music and art through their friendship. They’ve coined themselves half band/half film crew, experimenting with both subjects in the future.

Eric Tempelaere and Brandon Bowker have created a collection of songs that are timeless and relevant to today’s music industry. Filmloom has reinvented contemporary indie music with their official music video “L i m i t.” The clip was self-produced by Filmloom along with their friends. Tirelessly and meticulously edited frame by frame over the past months by Brandon himself, the band exceeded their limits. The video blends art and culture along with wit and creativity to present charismatic scenes of utter delight. Every shot in the video is planned to a tee, but it’s not just the technical element that is impressive: the bright array of colors is something that will grab your attention from the get go and create a visually exceptional foundation for the song itself.

This mysterious duo accentuates modern music, presenting music fans with a stylistic and eclectic approach to music and we couldn’t be happier to bring it front and center to your attention. For more information on Filmloom, please contact Andy Gesner and the HIP Video Promo staff at(732)-613-1779 or email us at . You can also visit for more info.

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