Led Zeppelin are in the midst of a massive reissue project, and that means we’re probably going to be getting all sorts of unearthed rarities and early versions of tracks. “Brandy & Coke” is just that — an early version of “Trampled Under Foot” that they band shared on their website back in February. (Similarly, they shared an alternative version of “The Rain Song” last September).
Today they unveiled an interactive video to accompany “Brandy & Coke” that lets you fiddle around with the different “scenes” in the various windows. Basically it’s the Physical Grafitti artwork turned into a choose-your-own-adventure game, where each window gives you a different video while the song plays in the background. Instead of just one video, it’s about fifteen. It was directed by Hal Kirkland and put together with the help of production company PRETTYBIRD. Watch it below.