Stand By Nimbus
A newly released remix of a Japanese adventure
In 1986, the film Stand By Me was released in theaters, capturing the angst of growing up in an economically diverse town and the importance of having friends you can count on. Also, it single-handedly made walking on train tracks an emotional experience.
In 2007, Nimbus Independent was created and they too made films about friends on an adventure. Also, they single-handedly made skiing backward in powder possible and cool.
So here we are in 2012, and Nimbus is releasing a remix of their Hokkaido segment cut to the song “Stand By Me.” What do these two separate entities have in common? Nothing, really, but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the edit.