A music video crafted entirely from Instagrammed snapshots

A Mexican indie-pop band called The Plastics Revolution, who really like the social photo-sharing service Instagram, created what they claim is "the very first music video done entirely on Instagram without any third party alterations." The song is "Invasión." Snip from video description:
Every single frame of this music video is an actual picture that we ran through Instagram. We never shot any video. We only shot still photography. All 1905 pictures went through the normal Instagram process on an iPhone.
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5 Responses to “A music video crafted entirely from Instagrammed snapshots”

  1. vonbobo says:

    I thought all the cool kids went “meh” on Instagram?

  2. DocPop says:

    I love this video. So charming and well done. Thanks for not adding the “The first Instagram video ever” thing in your title like many other blogs incorrectly stated.

    And now is the part where the comments fill up with tedious “meh” and “hipster” remarks that follow ever Instagram post… ever…

  3. lishevita says:

    Shot in San Francisco, California! There are tons of recognizable shots in Lincoln Park and Golden Gate Park, some that look like Outer Richmond District shots, some that look like they were probably taken down by Sutro Baths where Lincoln Park meets the Ocean and a few that might be inner Sunset District if I’m right. Fun! 

  4. camnotthebutler says:

    Nice music as well as clip. Like a Mexican django django. Went and bought the album from bandcamp instead of iTunes and saved 50%, and I think more gets to the band as well. God I hate iTunes.

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