‘Raft the Grand Canyon’ Music Video Is So Nerdy, It’s Hip

In what may very well be described as a millennial model of Bizarre Al within the wild, a band of jolly river rats sing, dance, and raft the Grand Canyon.

Floaty wings, technicolored vuvuzelas, and thrift retailer promenade clothes are par for the course on this parody riff of “Burn the Home Down.” The music video follows the character nerds as they hike, kayak, raft, paddleboard, and goof round in “Raft the Grand Canyon.”

It’s a lighthearted, shamelessly foolish celebration of summertime on the Canyon. Plus, it’s an incredible vibe to get your weekend began off proper.

Viewers warning: the music will get caught in your head, maybe perpetually.

Runtime: 3.5 minutes

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