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TGR Gets Groovy in Official Goose Music Video for ‘Tumble’

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Do you like watching top-level pro skiers get sendy on big mountains? Do you also like jammy American-indie groove music? Then you’re going to love this new video from TGR and Goose (the band).

Teton Gravity Research (TGR) makes epic ski, snowboard, and mountain bike films. Goose makes groovy indie rock music. But what happens when they come together to collaborate on a single project?

You get the official music video for the band’s song, “Tumble.” It’s a cinematic confluence of awesome Goose music, mind-blowing skiing, and high-quality TGR film production.

Athletes Kai Jones and Nick McNutt charge down big mountains and boost off of huge kickers in the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia, and on Taku Glacier in Alaska. Musicians Peter Anspach, Ben Atkind, Rick Mitarotonda, Jeff Arevalo, and Trevor Weeks sing, stomp, pick, and play their song, “Tumble.”

The music plays over footage of the athletes stomping tons of big tricks and, also, aptly, eating it, crashing, and tumbling down. The action is mashed up with footage of Goose playing the song live — edited in a colorful, psychedelic, TGR style.

And it’s got us sold: This is how music videos should all be made from now on.

Runtime: 6 minutes

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