Dan Soder, Big Jay Oakerson, Nick Turner and Other Comedians Appear in New Indie Music Video

New York City indie rock band Frankly Benjamin released a brand new music video this week, filmed at The Creek and the Cave comedy club, and starring some of our favorite comedy peeps like Big Jay Oakerson, Dan Soder, Monroe Martin, Nick Turner, Shane Torres, Subhah Agarwal, Ian Fidance, Sean Patton, Giulia Rozzi, Amy Shanker, and more. The video brings their first single, Old Friend, to life, about two buddies who no longer have anything in common.



Here’s the full cast along with their “designations” according to the music video credits:

Spencer John Olson as Judy
Giulia Rozzi as Annoying
Nick Turner as Racist
Will Miles as Boring
Monroe Martin III as Ehh
Reformed Whores as Obscene and Brave
Ali Clayton as Jeff Foxworthy
Amy Shanker as Stale
Tom Thakkar as Safe
Tommy McNamara as Hairline
Shane Torres as Solid
Subhah Agarwal as Has Potential
William Carrigan as Bassist
Jeremy Levenbach as Butt
Ian Fidance as Not Funny
Ryan Donahue as Lame
Joyelle Nicole as Sellout
Mike Lebovitz as Hack
Sean Patton as Belushi
Big Jay Oakerson as Pretty Funny
Dan Soder as Impressions
Caitlin Cook as Groupie

Frankly Benjamin is fronted by Caitlin Cook who also performs comedy around NYC. Caitlin Cook and fellow band mate Wyatt Stone have been friends since they were 12 years old, and they would later be joined by Gregory Bunis, Kevin Urvalek, William Carrigan, Daniel Thompson, and Connor Phoenix. You can catch them around town at places like Webster Hall, Arlene’s Grocery and The Bowery Electric.

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