Pissed Jeans 'The Bar Is Low' by Joe Stakun

Pissed Jeans 'The Bar Is Low' by Joe Stakun

Joe Stakun explores the delicate balance of masculinity and insecurity in this hilarious video for Pissed Jeans.

The gym-based clip, in which the band demonstrates how to do every single part of a workout incorrectly, takes things to the next level when they find themselves competing with a bunch of gym bros. Each piece of equipment misused just adds another layer of hilarity to the scenario, until the final shot of the video takes things to a pitch-black hilarious conclusion.

It's Stakun's fourth collaboration with Pissed Jeans, and his first video since last year's earth-shattering one-take routine for AJJ. I'm not sure if anything in the future of Music Videos will ever beat that, but this comes close.

Credits

Director
Joe Stakun
Producer
James Doolittle
Producer
Scott Ross
Production Company
All Ages Productions
Director of Photography
Drew Saracco
Gaffer
Shane Moore
Editor
Bill Benz
Cast
Daniel Wurtz
Cast
Daro Stivender, Brian Matthews, Marquis Valdez,
Label
Sub Pop

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