Grandaddy 'Brush With The Wild' by Aaron Beckum

Grandaddy 'Brush With The Wild' by Aaron Beckum

Aaron Beckum directs this heartbreaker for Grandaddy, starring Jonah Ray of Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and an insistent office chair.

The clip follows Jonah Ray's character at the end of a painful breakup, as he discards the things that remind him of his now-ex-girlfriend (office chair included) and wallows in a pit of despair. The office chair, however, has other ideas and takes Jonah on a journey to reconnect with his former love. Sadly, things don't quite go as planned.

Sad and funny in equal measure, the video takes on an extra emotional weight with the recent passing of Grandaddy bassist Kevin Garcia - and a subtle but touching poster tribute to Garcia can be seen in the first half of this video. I'm not crying, you're crying.

Credits

Director
Aaron Beckum
Producer
Molly Ortiz
Director of Photography
Drew Bienemann
Executive Producer
Ange Beckum
Commissioner
Jill Kaplan

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