Red Yarn Music Videos
“Old Barn” is the first full-length music video from the 2018 album Red Yarn’s Old Barn, released on April 27. Written by Red Yarn’s Andy Furgeson, “Old Barn” imagines an inclusive barn dance where critters of all kinds are welcome.
“Old Hen Cackled” is a traditional folk song that Red Yarn adapted into a barnyard protest anthem. The music video was directed by Kristen Mico of Brave Alice Productions, drawing inspiration from the life of Dorothy Height, an unsung heroine of the Civil Rights Movement.
“Mockingbird” is the first full-length video from Red Yarn’s 2017 album, ‘Born in the Deep Woods.’ The video stars Red, Ms. Jessie, Little Red & the Critters, was directed by Laki Karavias, with puppetry by Faerin Millington, Kaician Kitko, Robert Randall & Summer Olsson, and art direction by Ryan Bruce.
“Born in the Deep Woods” is the opening track of Red Yarn’s 2017 album of the same name. The song was written by Andy Furgeson, inspired by his seven-year exploration of animals in American folksongs. Video directed by Laki Karavias featuring puppetry by Faerin Millington and art direction by Ryan Bruce.
“Beautiful Day” is the opening track and first music video from Red Yarn’s 2016 album, “Wake Up & Sing”. The video was directed by Laki Karavias with puppeteers Faerin Millington, Kelly Campbell and Robert Randall.
“I Had a Rooster” is Red Yarn’s adaptation of the traditional folksong (a.k.a. “The Barnyard Song”) from his 2016 album ‘Wake Up & Sing,’ produced by Grammy winner Dean Jones at No Parking Studio.
Red Yarn’s “Bile Them Cabbage,” from the 2015 album ‘Deep Woods Revival,’ is adapted from the traditional folk song “Bile Them Cabbage Down.” The video was produced by Red Yarn Productions with the support of 229 Kickstarter backers.
“Rattlesnake” is a traditional American folksong adapted by Andy Furgeson and featured on Red Yarn’s 2013 album ‘The Deep Woods.’ The music video is a part of Red Yarn’s ‘The Deep Woods’ TV Pilot.