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    Posted on Nov 24, 2014

    Premiere: CRUISR's "All Over" Video Brings Iconic Movie Posters To Life

    Watch it now, exclusively on BuzzFeed.

    Meet CRUISR, the indie-pop band from Philadelphia responsible for your new favorite song, "All Over."

    Chris Sembrot

    Currently on tour with The 1975, CRUISR began in 2012 as the solo project of frontman Andy States. After writing and recording an EP's worth of material alone in his bedroom, States invited guitarist Bruno Catrambone, drummer Jonathan Van Dine and bass player Kyle Cook to form a band. Together the group quickly established their signature sound: sunny, warm, indie-pop that's as smart as it is catchy.

    In September they released their second EP, All Over, and now they're debuting the title track's music video here on BuzzFeed.

    Chris Sembrot
    Vagrant Records

    The animated clip brings the song's theme of love/hate relationships to life by recreating iconic movie scenes. The video mixes moments between lovers and enemies until it's hard to tell the difference.

    Vagrant Records
    Embassy Pictures

    "A lot of the fun came in finding the right balance of love and chaos to represent such a volatile relationship." director Chris Carboni told BuzzFeed in an email. "I knew I wanted to echo the idea of constantly cycling back and forth between these two extremes by having continuous transitions - no cuts - which resulted in a lot of work on both the design and animation end. Every shot had to be constructed to blend into the next."

    The stark, stylized video looks like a series of minimalist movie posters brought to life.

    Lions Gate Films
    Vagrant Records

    Test your film knowledge by watching the full video now!

    You can purchase the three-song All Over EP here.