Chris Cornell’s son pays tribute to his dad in the video for “When Bad Does Good,” a previously-unreleased song that appears on the Chris Cornell four-disc box set, which released on Friday (Nov. 16).
Chris Cornell Jr. delivers newspapers around Seattle while riding his bike in the video for the song from the set, which has 11 previously unreleased tracks amid solo, Audioslave, Soundgarden and Temple of the Dog songs.
Cornell died in May 2017 at 52, with the coroner ruling his death a suicide. His son — who also appeared in the video for “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart” from 2015’s Higher Truth, is seen solemnly tossing copies of the Seattle Times onto porches in the new release, including a house with the phrase “I Am Not Your Blowing Wind” written on its steps, a homage to the Audioslave song “I Am The Highway.”
Cornell’s family recently filed suit against the doctor they say overprescribed drugs to the singer, leading to his death. The lawsuit says Dr. Robert Koblin and his Beverly Hills office “negligently and repeatedly” prescribed “dangerous mind-altering controlled substances to Chris Cornell which impaired Mr. Cornell’s cognition, clouded his judgment, and caused him to engage in dangerous impulsive behaviors that he was unable to control, costing him his life.”
Check out the video below.