This raw and rowdy video gives a fleeting insight into the all-too-short life of Darcy Clay. Recorded on a primitive 4-track tape machine, 'Jesus I Was Evil' was a demented fusion of country and garage rock that, combined with Clay's fetching Evel Knievel-style onesies, heralded the arrival of an eccentric new voice. Darcy's school friend David Gunson agreed to shoot the video for a few hundred dollars and a bottle of alcohol - neither of which materialised. Nonetheless, the wry humour and energy Gunson captured stands as a fitting testament to his subject.
The video for 'Jesus I Was Evil' was shot on a Handycam, the narrative uniquely Darcy Clay. It cost $250 and a bottle of whisky! So Darcy Clay.– Producer Tim Moon, May 2009