We were pretty proud of our 40th anniversary celebration for Led Zeppelin’s masterpiece, Physical Graffiti. But it seems like the band themselves did us one better. The surviving members of Led Zep joined forces with director Hal Kirkland, production company PRETTYBIRD, and the music/technology gurus at Interlude to create an elaborate interactive video for “Brandy & Coke,” a song that later became the better-known “Trampled Under Foot.”
Brought to you by the same people who created the famous Bob Dylan interactive video a few months back, this incarnation lets you venture into the tenement building featured on in Physical Graffiti’s cover art. Once inside you can see kids shredding on air guitar, attractive women showering (kind of), a whole lotta dancing, and a secret performance from the band. Press play and let it roll!