Here’s what Alex Jones clips would sound like as a Bon Iver song

11:51 a.m. Friday, July 14, 2017 Music
Alex Jones at Heman Marion Sweatt Travis County Courthouse on April 28, 2017. (Alyssa Vidales/AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Austin broadcaster and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has staked his claim in an array of fields over the course of his career: radio, video, merchandise, White House influence. But one industry into which he has not dabbled to date is acoustic folk music.

Internet satire outlet Super Deluxe, however, has dared to dream. In a video uploaded to Facebook on Friday morning and titled “Alex Jones Rants as an Indie Folk” song, the meme absurdists alter some of Jones’ most surreal soundbites, reimagining them as lines from the kind of sensitive, campfire-ready music you might hear from sad, scruffy bros like Bon Iver (aka Justin Vernon). Take a listen:

Some of the most notable Jones-isms set to dulcet tones reminiscent of the Wisconsin wilderness:

The tune most resembles Bon Iver’s “Flume.” If you want to get technical, there’s not nearly enough noise in Super Deluxe’s song to sound like anything off of Vernon’s latest album, “22, A Million.”

But I digress.