Boys Noize – What You Want [Video]

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German superman, Boys Noize, released the electro heavy track “What You Want” near the close of 2012.

As with most Boys Noize tracks, the glitch and synth heavy track received major attention and continues to retain critical support. Out today is the official music video for the track. Befitting the music, it is a confusing futuristic journey into a bizarre land of superheroes with telekinetic powers.

Check out the high budget music video directed by Sebastien Loghman & Patrick Jean and let it bring you into a new spectrum of thought about the meaning behind BN’s electro hits.

Check out the video below!

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