Megafaun’s Phil Cook recently went solo on the likably ramshackle new roots-music album Southland Mission, and now he’s made a video for his joyous cover of blues musician Charlie Parr’s “1922.” No Depression posted the Remedy-directed clip earlier this morning, and it follows Cook, in crisp black-and-white, as he plays shows, practices, and hangs out with friends. It’s like someone just took a high-quality camera and followed Cook around for a couple of days, documenting every good hang he had. And Cook seems to have a lot of good hangs. This is a deeply pleasant music video, and you can watch it below.
Southland Mission is out now on Thirty Tigers.