The Jeep Grand Cherokee is known for being one of the most versatile all-purpose SUVs out in the market but none of us could have ever thought that it could be used like how filmmaker/musician Julian Smith used it.
In a joint collaboration with an “automotive band”, Smith used a Jeep Cherokee – and a lot of the car’s parts – as one big musical instrument. You name it, it was probably used. Doors, engine, locks, and a host of other parts of the Cherokee were used to create a harmonic techno sound.
The whole performance didn’t come without hours of practice, though. The band spent two weeks practicing and another seven hours of shooting to complete the whole video. It was a though exercise in patience and coordination, but the final product truly does speak for itself.