Leftovers or today meal? Sour comes out with their next video right after their last.
A video by Gustav Tønnesen for Sour Skateboards.
Featuring Oscar Candon, Koffe Hallgren, Daniel Spängs, Erik Pettersson, Barney Page, Gustav Tønnesen, Josef Scott Jatta, Vincent Huhta, Martin Sandberg, Albert Nyberg, Nisse Ingemarsson & Simon Isaksson.
Welcome to Barcelona and welcome to our house. It’s a simple house but it has a room that’s all your own. It has a shower, a TV set, a kitchen with pots and pans and most importantly, it has “us”– other people in it. Now I don’t know if you…. the person reading this, are still living with your parents or if you recently bought your first house, but I do know that all of the above and in between know the feeling of coming into a new place. A house filled with people you don’t really know. If you’re lucky, there might be some facial recognition here and there. Upon entry, you shake hands, state your name, try to remember theirs and ask for the Wi-Fi password. You do all of this with the goal of dropping your bags and getting to your room so you can lie down for a minute and process everything. Now for some of you, the alarm bells might have started ringing. You know the feeling, you know the drill, but if for some reason you can’t remember the feeling, let me help you refresh your memory. It is the same feeling you get when you go to summer camp.
This film is featuring: Marcus Shaw, Filip Almqvist, Phillip Oehmige, Pekka Løvås, Heitor Da Silva, Daniel Spängs & Martin Sandberg.
Filmed and edited by Peter Buikema.
While the skateboarding is as amazing as always, the edit of this new Sour Skateboards clip differs quite a bit from the ones before, which is a nice variety. Traditionally, you will find some faces of the Skate Mafia guys as well.
Featuring Nisse Ingemarsson, Josef Scott Jatta, Barney Page, Albert Nyberg, Gustav Tonnesen, Erik J. Pettersson, Koffe Halgren, Daniel Spängs, Martin Sandberg, Wes Kremer, Tyler Surrey, Jamie Palmore and Alexis Ramirez.
Filmmaker Phil Evans released a new video of Filip Almqvist, casually killing some Malmö spots. Some mellow music and mellow looking footage but quite heavy skating. Also featuring Daniel Spängs, who we both recently met in Barcelona.
Seemingly the Sour Skateboards’ crew spent several days and nights at the Weining Lu Plaza in Shanghai, which is no surprise at such a dream spot!
Featuring Gustav Tonnesen, Josef Scott Jatta, Daniel Spängs, Jonas Skröder, Koffe Halgren, Erik J. Pettersson, Barney Page and Nisse Ingemarsson.
This time tapes 100-109 document the Sour crew hustling through German-speaking territory. Moreover, this edit proofs that Phil Zwijsen might not be the only one who feels comfortable skating in the rain.
Featuring Gustav Tonnesen, Josef Scott Jatta, Daniel Spängs and Nisse Ingemarsson.
I personally am a fan of such raw edits because they always remind me of the feeling when your crew and you come home from a session and watch the complete tapes of the day together while capturing the best of it. Here is episode number 12 brought to you by Sour Skateboard’s finest: Daniel Spängs, Erik J. Pettersson, Gustav Tonnesen, Jonathan Lomar, Josef Scott Jatta, Nisse Ingemarsson and Simon Isaksson.
Eindeutig zweideutiger Name, den sich die Schweden von Sweet Skateboards für ihre bald startende Tour da ausgedacht haben. Wie auch immer: Josef Scott Jatta, Gustav Tönnesen, Andi Welther, Anton Myhrvold, Patrick Zentgraf, Daniel Spängs und Thomas Gentsch touren vom 2. bis zum 10. Mai durch Deutschland. Alle weiteren Infos zur
Sweet ‘n’ S(T)our findet ihr hier.
Die B-Seiten von manch Videos sind mitunter interessanter, als die eigentlichen Parts. Der Spannungsbogen zieht sich von Trick zu Trick und von Line zu Line – schafft er den nächsten Move, bricht das Board oder passiert irgendwas völlig anderes? Bei Daniel Spängs und seiner B-Seiten Version des Sweet Videos “Stee” ist so ziemlich alles dabei.