The seeds of Jamestown Revival were incepted on the back of an elephant ride from Bangladesh to the Istanbul. Jonathan Clay; a prominent architect of his era, was en route to assist in the reconstruction of antique pyramids when he crossed paths with Zach Chance - a young shaman seeking truth and enlightenment. This was no ordinary meeting; this day marked the beginning of a brotherhood. They shared stories, smoked pipes... but eventually traveled their separate ways. It would be exactly 10 years later - to the day - that the two would again reunite.
With the economy in shambles, Jonathan grew tired of his lifestyle and embarked on another quest. His journey carried him far and wide and he eventually secured a job as an ostrich herder. On one fateful drive through the Himalayas he encountered a white out. One ostrich strayed from the herd and Jonathan was forced to pursue him, for this prized ostrich was soon to be made into a pair of boots for the Emperor of Persia. Jonathan knew his very future depended on the delivery of the ostrich High in to the mountains he climbed. Every step harder than the last. It was at this moment Jonathan fell through a fissure in the ice and found himself deep in the heart of a mountain.
It was at this moment his old friend Zach chance happened to be galloping up the Himalayas on ox-back, and threw Jonathan a rope of prayer flags, pulling him from the icy depths and subsequently saving his life. It was over pulled emu that night the two decided to join forces and create a movement as powerful as their bond. Hence, Jamestown Revival was born.
Josh Franer shot and directed this compelling tale of two up-and-coming musicians. Josh's visual, highly-atmospheric style has earned him the reputation for innovative storytelling in a simplistic, story-centered fashion. He is known for creating memorable, intriguing works of visual art for musicians, bands, brands, and non-profits.