Family in quarantine recreates Journey’s “Separate Ways” video

This is one way to battle the boredom! LOL The Heller family of Maple Valley Washington recreated Journey’s 1983 hit “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart).” Steven Heller told USA Today that “It was all my wife’s idea…She was trying to find a way to stave off the boredom so she decided, ‘Why not make a music video?'” Sounds like a fun way to pass the time!

He posted this on his YouTube account, @Raising Heller:

“Solitary confinement does strange things to the best of us. This was all my wife’s idea, Mr. Perry. Go check out the side-by-side comparison version here: https://vimeo.com/404483016″

 

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