Soundgarden have released the ‘Night Surf’ video they played on their tour in support of 1994’s ‘Superunknown’
When grunge rockers Soundgarden were on the road in support of their 1994 album “Superunknown,” Chris Cornell and the guys would play a five minute video before the kick-off of each gig. That video played amid a backdrop of an instrumental song called “Night Surf.”
Now, for those who missed the 1994 (or weren’t around yet), Soundgarden have released the “Night Surf” video, which was directed by bass player Ben Shepherd’ss brother, Henry Shepherd. The video is streaming via Rolling Stone.
The clip for “Night Surf” follows the usually eerie vibe of Soundgarden’s videos, with a kid riding his bicycle through a creepy forest, with appearances from a creepy blue man.
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