The motion designers boutique called Shynola from England made an awesome video for Junior Senior back in 2002. The music is not really 8bit related, but the visuals are for unknown reasons. Beyond that, the music video is totally outstanding. Shynola is perhaps best known for their music videos for Radiohead and Blur, though their talent is wide enough to deal with 8bit aesthetics in a most impressing way.
Junior Senior was a pop musical duo from Denmark. They split up in late 2008, after having had some hits, they both decided to go solo. For they club hit ‘Move your feet’ they turned to Shynola, and they made one of the funkiest 8bit videos ever for this track.
Looking at the video from a technical view, it looks a lot like it’s made with Deluxe Paint, a pixel and animation program, developed for the Commodore Amiga and originally published in 1985. Since it was a very popular tool, it was ported to different platforms during the 90ties. Deluxe Paint is quite a spartan program to work with, the tool is really limited in animation possiblities compared to nowadays standards, most of it has to be done manually, frame by frame. Considering the video takes 3:26 minutes at 25 frames per second, the math shows it was an incredibly huge production.