Following three studio LPs, The Brothers Comatose opted to abandon the usual album release cycle in order to instead issue a series of new songs as individual singles. JamBase is pleased to exclusively premiere the video for their recently shared track “Joshua Tree.”
The Brothers Comatose previously issued the standalone singles “Don’t Make Me Get Up And Go,” “Cedarwood Pines” and “Get Me Home.” The five-piece string band made up of Alex Morrison, Ben Morrison, Gio Benedetti, Philip Brezina and Ryan Avellone enlisted John Vanderslice to produce “Joshua Tree.” The video for the song was filmed and directed by Michael Bonocore.
“For the video, we figured we would depart from the usual humor that accompanies most of our videos,” said Ben Morrison. “We called up our videographer friend Michael Bonocore (who made the video for “Don’t Make Me Get Up And Go”) and he and I made the trek down to Joshua Tree and made a video featuring myself and Erika [Tietjen] from the T Sisters as otherworldly beings landing in the desert and having a psychedelic adventure.”
Watch the video for “Joshua Tree” below:
The Brothers Comatose will celebrate their 10th anniversary with a hometown concert at The Fillmore in San Francisco on June 1. Tickets to the event featuring support from the Kendra McKinley Band go on sale on Friday, February 16 at 10 a.m. PT.