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Brothers Grim – Hey Jude [Video]

Edmonton, AB – Edmonton’s Brothers Grim duo has just dropped a killer new video for the track “Hey Jude” as a Fathers’ Day tribute to all of the dads who aren’t around anymore. Sampling the popular Beatles earworm, “Hey Jude,” brothers Komrade and Pat Grim give us a homey look at their adolescent years. Between childhood photo snapshots and home video clips, the boys take the time to thank their father and pay respects to how he helped them get to where they are today. The video takes us into the boys’ house for exclusive footage of Komrade and Pat Grim petting their dog— it’s adorable. The video also shows the boys toking up near their white antique sofa. It’s pretty posh. The video was mixed and mastered by Nato, directed by GVTV and produced by Cashew. Check it out after the jump and make sure you share with with your pops and let him know how much you love him.

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