Official video for Annie's Theme by Afrojack
Annie's Theme was released after the successful debuting at the Ultra Music Festival. The fans immediately fell in love with Afrojack's trademark high pitch noises and beeps. So this became an instant banger of the dancefloors and festival grounds. The track has received good feedback from fans as well as fellow DJs like Tiesto and Sander van Doorn. Today, an official video for Annie's Theme has been published on Afrojack's official Youtube channel.
Although it is clear that the track is great, you can't say the same thing about the video. Using amature footage of the crazy things happening while touring sounds like a great idea, but it just doesn't cut it for a major production like this. The video is just bad (even with the flashing groupie at 3:54). There's no intact concept, only different clips put together with some unnecessary graphics showing numbers and whatnot. It gives you the feeling that a first year student at a film school has practiced his hand with a new program.
Check out the video that has gone over a little make-up, after being repeatedly taken down on Youtube from various accounts. It's gotten a little more touched up, not as irritating anymore.
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