Today in Awesome: Soundgarden and Segways!

Soundgarden’s video for “Crooked Steps”

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Soundgarden-1To be completely honest, I didn’t even know they made videos anymore. And by “they” I mean “not rappers and R & B singers.” But I guess they do and in this case, the they is the recently reunited Soundgarden. For “Crooked Steps,” a song off of their killer new album, King Animal, they teamed up with Giddy Up America favorite, Dave Grohl.

The result?

Awesome. Pure awesome.

Great song. Great use of segways. Great stoic expressions on each band’s member’s face as they ride said segway.

 

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