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Black Moth Super Rainbow recently got interactive for their trippy trampoline-assisted “Dark Bubbles” video. Cold War Kids follow suit in surprisingly psychedelic fashion for the even more interactive “I’ve Seen Enough.” It was directed by Wilco documentarian Sam Jones who filmed each of the four Kids playing his instrument solo on a dark stage. Instructions for the viewer: “Choose a color to change tracks. Click a band member to mute/unmute them.” You can also decide you’ve seen enough and mute them all. Check it at MTVMusic.com.

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Comments (8)
  1. it’s neat to hear the parts on their own but i kinda just want to watch a video and not get all interactive. plus i just don’t like this song that much, but i like the album lots.

  2. Ugh. These guys are still around?

  3. ddsssddsdsd  |   Posted on May 21st, 2009 0

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  4. thats actually realy awesome if you play around with it

  5. Sean Jean  |   Posted on May 21st, 2009 0

    They are summarizing my sentiments perfectly in the song title.

  6. ajek  |   Posted on May 21st, 2009 0

    I think the “Neon Bible” interactive video might be the best…..simple, awesome

  7. Joshua  |   Posted on May 22nd, 2009 0

    That was very awesome. I saw them recently in Santa Barbara and they were very good (even with a terrible sound system). Too bad all the kids there were not too familiar with their material.

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