This Interactive Led Zeppelin Video Is Almost Too Great

April 14, 2015 | Liam Mathews

To celebrate the 40th anniversary reissue of Physical Graffiti, Led Zeppelin teamed up with Interlude and Prettybird and director Hal Kirkland to make a super cool interactive video for “Brandy & Coke,” an early rough mix of what was later known as “Trampled Under Foot,” or “Led Zeppelin’s Stevie Wonder song.”

The video allows viewers to click on a window of the iconic Physical Graffiti tenement (located on St. Mark’s Place, by the way) and be transported inside, joining in on whatever mischief is going on in that apartment. You can then warp through the walls into the neighboring apartment. It’s a lot like Interlude’s interactive Bob Dylan video from a couple of years ago, just way funkier. It’s essentially 17 music videos in one, with a mix of archival footage, animation, and great dancing.