Never Summer’s world premiere of “Days of Chunder” hits the Summit Music Hall

Everyone knows there was a shortage of snow last season. This didn’t stop the Never Summer crew from finding what little fresh there was, and riding the chunder along the way.

On Saturday, Never Summer premiered their video Days of Chunder, at Summit Music Hall in Denver. The Never Summer crew decided on a NASCAR theme for the night, donning jumpsuits, wigs and aviators.

Before the Never Summer video, Candygrind’s What Matters, played, followed by a performance by the Nuns of Brixton, who claim to be the only Clash cover band that matters. And they were actually pretty good.

There was the obligatory swag toss, as well as a NASCAR costume contest for a snowboard. The crowd was tough, and people were booed.

The video was well done; the riding was solid, and as you would expect from a Never Summer film, there were a lot of backcountry shots. But there were actually some pretty heavy street tricks that went down as well.

Riders: 
Austin Gibney, Brady Farr, Jason Hindman, Cooper Hoffmeister, Russian, Jake Williams, Chris Lynch, Brock Butterfield, Justin Henigin, Chris Corning, Colby Sears, Chris “Chach” Chance, Nick Larson, Jacob “Cub” Carey, Rajat Bhayani, Jason Elms, Ryan Stephens, Darell Miller, Byron Bagwell, Andrew Buergin, Ryan Cruze, Tony Pavlantos, Charlie Hoch

Sponsors:
CandyGrind, Steez Magazine, V.I.O., 686, Breckenridge Brewery, Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, Cheetah Factory Racing, SCS Unlimited

I caught some kid peeing on this truck. What an idiot.
Girls go to these things too…
Cam Payne helped edit and film the video.
The Nuns of Brixton – They take the nun thing seriously.
Sandals and socks – a classic mosh pit look.
Never Summer’s finest.
Colin Spencer and friends enjoying the premiere and a few cocktails.
It was easy to identify the Never Summer chronies. Here they are on stage tossing product.
Double fisting.
And here’s the kid I was talking about earlier who pissed on the Never Summer truck. If you see this kid, let him know he’s an idiot.

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