A few Ramsey High College graduates traveled a very long, crooked highway just before reuniting in November to shoot a songs video clip at their alma mater.

The result — The Lumineers’ “A.M. Radio” — requires viewers as a result of the 85-12 months-aged building’s halls and walls to the accompaniment of a tune from the group’s fourth album, Brightside, owing out in January.  

“It really is a adore story to friendship,” said creative director Nick Bell (Class of 2001), who instructed the locale and oversaw production. 

Lumineers’ singer/guitarist Wesley Schultz (Course of 2001) and drummer Jeremiah Fraites (Class of 2004) have been carrying out with each other considering that 2005, when a “delighted incident” introduced them together at the dwelling of a mutual close friend. 

Lumineers founding members Jeremiah Fraites and Wesley Schultz returned to Ramsey High School to record the video for their "A.M. Radio" release.

“Jer utilized to hold out with my young brother Samuel, and occasionally he’d appear on spouse and children excursions with us,” Schultz claimed in a telephone job interview from Denver past 7 days. “But in significant faculty, three a long time is worlds apart, so when this close friend instructed we get jointly to jam, I was not so confident.”

The two clicked, and have been writing and doing at any time given that. They started with coffee properties in Allendale and Ridgewood and ultimately opened for the likes of U2 and Tom Petty amongst tours selling their own get the job done. 

By Indana