Sailor Jerry has been the flavour of a fair few nights of fun here at LAND, so it’s good to see we’re not the only ones who’ve been indulging.
The short film ‘Anthem’, created to salute the last ten years of Sailor Jerry mayhem, shares never-seen-before archived footage. As well as footage taken from the wealth of Sailor Jerry parties, gigs and backyard barbecues, the film also incorporates historic footage of WWII-era Honolulu from Hori Smoku, a documentary about the life and times of Mr Norman Collins, also known as the legendary tattooist Sailor Jerry.
Not only that, but it’s all been set against “Where Eagles Dare”, the iconic 1979 punk track by The Misfits. That’s a pretty big deal, as this will be the first time The Misfits have allowed one of their songs to be used commercially. Like we said, seems like we’re not the only ones with a soft spot for this particular liquor and the no-nonsense man behind it all.
Now we just need to get an invite to one of those backyard barbecues…