Well, last time Nashville outfit Goodbye June shared a new music video with us, it featured the heretofore-unseen acting talents of former Titans coach Jeff Fisher. No such cameo this time, but GJ does claim there's something spooky afoot. The above video for "Out of Your Mind" — not to be confused with The Magnetic Fields' "You Must Be out of Your Mind" or Fastball's "Out of My Head" — was filmed in the attic of Goodbye June’s record label, CVR. According to the Junesters, "In the 1950s, the building was the office of country recording artist and songwriting legend Marty Robbins." Robbins is indeed a Nashville legend, so that's cool enough. But Goodbye June claims there was some spookery going on when they shot the Yeah Yeah Creative-directed video. I am neither a child nor a fool, so I don't believe in ghost stories. But it's Halloween, so I'll allow it. From GJ themselves:
In the early 80’s Robbins required cardiac surgery, but tragically, due to complications, died shortly following the procedure. There have been multiple reports of odd noises coming from the attic since Robbins death, and it is believed by many that it is the ghost of Marty Robbins.
The year 2012 marks the 30th anniversary of Robbins’ passing, and the “Out of Your Mind” video shoot was all but normal. At one point during the filming, an unprovoked electrical pipe fell from the ceiling, narrowly missing multiple people. The wire inside became exposed and caused a spectacular electrical explosion which shot flames in all directions, burning a rug and filling the attic with a heavy smoke. The lights throughout the building shut off momentarily.
Fortunately, no one was hurt in the bizarre series of events, but it certainly adds an additional element of spookiness to an already eerie music video.