A music video shot with the LomoKino: “Losers” by Broncho

2013-09-24

A couple of months ago, Lomography teamed up with Oklahoma-based band Broncho in creating the music video or their song “Losers.” The music video was shot using our very own LomoKino, yielding attention-grabbing, stop-motion results. See for yourself.

Video via YouTube

The band is composed of Ryan Lindsey (guitar/vocals), Ben King (guitar/vocals), Johnathon Ford (bass/vocals) and Nathan Price (drums). Their music is laced with touches of ‘70s punk rock, reminiscent of The Ramones, The Replacements, and Iggy and the Stooges.

Photo via the Broncho Facebook page

Bronco released its debut album Can’t Get Past The Lips in June. The album contains ten tracks filled with roaring, sometimes twangy guitar riffs, pronounced bass lines, enthused drum beats amidst catchy, contagious lyrics. There’s a dash of punk alright, but it’s the sonically social kind.

Image via Bandcamp.

Stomping my feet already. Definitely adding them to my playlist.

Visit Broncho’s website for more information on the band and listen to their songs on Bandcamp.

written by jillytanrad on 2013-09-24 #news #videos #band #music #music-video #news #lomokino #broncho

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