Chris Cornell's Son Stars In The Official Video For "When Bad Does Good"

November 16, 2018

The official video for Chris Cornell's previously unheard song "When Bad Does Good" has been released.

Starring Chris Cornell's son, Christopher as a flannel-wearing paperboy (a job Chris used to have in his youth), we follow him on his route throughout city of Seattle while featuring lyrics from many of Cornell's hit songs from his time in Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog like "I Am The Highway," "Jesus Christ Pose," and "Hunger Strike." The video features many famous Seattle landmarks, like the Space Needle and Sub Pop Records,

Before fading to black, a line of text reads, "Remember, I love you, love you, I love."

"When Bad Does Good" is part of the rocker's posthumous box set that features unheard recordings from throughout Cornell's entire career and is available here