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Oxford Comma

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really innovative stuff

Vampire Weekend is a great band, and this video further confirms that. The fact that they were able to everything in one single shot is incredible, and it's refreshing to find a band that puts out music videos that aren't "paint-by-numbers" dreck.

One of the best video's I've seen in a long time

This is a great video. The fact that they did it all in one shot makes it incredible.

Best "Music" Video I've seen since "Subterranean Homesick Blues"!!!!

the moment that the first title rolled on screen, i though it was directed by wes anderson (personally, my favorite director)

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Formed: 2006 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Describing their sound as "Upper West Side Soweto," New York City's Vampire Weekend mix preppy, well-read indie rock with joyful, Afro-pop-inspired melodies and rhythms. Ezra Koenig, Chris Baio, Rostam Batmanglij, and Chris Tomson formed the band early in 2006, when they were finishing up their studies at Columbia University. Taking their name from a movie Koenig made during his freshman year, the band started out by playing gigs at the university's literary societies and at parties. Word spread...
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Oxford Comma, Vampire Weekend
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  • $1.49
  • Genre: Music Videos
  • Released: Jun 23, 2008

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