Sterling Archer Is Every Aging Indie Rock Fan In Superchunk’s ‘Void’ Music Video

I’ve already resigned myself to becoming One of Those Guys at the indie rock show, the kind of bearded dude in his 40s who unironically uses the word “tush” and starts a one-man mosh pit, so the music video for Superchunk’s “Void” is looking like into my future. It’s a spot-on parody of aging concertgoers, directed by Bob’s Burgers writer Scott Jacobson and with guest appearances from H. Jon Benjamin, Jon Glaser, Ted Travelstead, and Future Me.

Also, I’ve been to the venue where the video was filmed, and I’m not going to say I had to put in earplugs in that bathroom, but I’ve put in earplugs in that bathroom.