The (Interactive) House that Led Zeppelin Built

A lot has changed in the world of music videos over the last few decades and to celebrate these developments—and the 40th anniversary reissue of their acclaimed album Physical Graffiti—Led Zeppelin has released an exciting, engaging new interactive spot. The video allows viewers to step inside many different apartments in one four story building, while the track “Brandy & Coke” (an early version of what would become “Trampled Under Foot”) plays in the background. Each room contains a specific scene, from partiers in the throws of dancing to archival footage and even animation. It’s pretty funky and plenty of fun.