Making a video by making use of Legos — likewise known as “brickfilming” — can be insanely hard. All things considered, when Legos wake up to recount a story or play a Nirvana melody, maybe, they can make performing artists look secondary. Sometimes it baffles us how much people are able to do and create just by using Legos. It’s no longer something that only children play with, as it has become just as interesting for adults too. Check out LEGO Ways for more useful resources.
Presently, Lego-fied music videos are all on YouTube and beyond, and among the many professionally created ones, we’re discovering perfect works of art going from Wu-Tang Clan and Michael Jackson, to System of a Down and Queen. What’s more, better believe it, we know the White Stripes’ music video “Fell Love with a Girl” is truly amazing, as well, yet 1) it wasn’t all Lego, and 2) famous French chief Michel Gondry did that. Check out this list!
1) “Nobody Else,” Weezer
Contingent upon how you hear it, “Nobody Else” is a girlfriend bashing song or a girlfriend glorifying song, however a masterpiece in the Weezer list in any case. In this elucidation, the camera takes after the girlfriend’s advancement from a housewife of sorts to a girl who is single and ready to mingle. She can thank that giant spider and “The Smelling Salts” band.
2) “Eleanor Rigby,” The Beatles
Hopefully this is the definitive “Eleanor Rigby” video. Obi-Wan plays Father McKenzie and Eleanor tumbles to the sword of Darth Vader. We see more Star Wars characters as the camera pans across while showing all the lonely characters including Chewbacca.
3) “Knights of Cydonia,” Muse
On the off chance that you’ve seen the real “Knights of Cydonia” video, you know it’s basically a Western/scifi cheeseball, as other Muse vids. So Muse – no doubt, we’re callin’ you out – you all ought to express gratitude toward Ola Tandstad and Christian Loken for putting a Lego turn on. We like the gallant cowhand’s makeout session, Flaming Lego Fists, Drunken Sidewenger of Death and Silent Ninja Style. What sucks is that it’s substantially shorter than the original video.
4) “Feuer Frei,” Rammstein
With this video, Nuclear Retardation Studios – three metal fellows, truly – catch Rammstein’s mechanical metal free for all, one of fireworks, flying V guitars and heaps of goth apparel. Makes a show vid appear like a huge amount of work, however these folks took care of business.
5) “Sugar,” System of a Down
YouTuber Jake Kohler has a bunch of System of a Down Lego vids, and among those, “Sugar” is the best in our opinion. It is simple, yet Lego “Serj Tankian” and his bandmates tear up a room loaded with sugar. The best minute is maybe when the guitarists and Serj explode amid the hustling outro.
6) “1234,” The Scha La Las
The Schla La Las separated a while back, however before that happened, Ben Cowell made a video for their infectious post-punk-pop single “1234.” It’s about off the cuff move parties and rockin’ out at the show. Truth be told, this may include the best show setup in Lego London.