With distinct ’80s beats, hand clapped rhythms and synchronized dance moves that bring to mind the girl groups of the ’50s, the sisters take it to the dance floor on their new single.
Coldplay surprised fans today with the unexpected release of a new track and accompanying video titled “Midnight,” presumably from their forthcoming album.
The song was co-written by country music stalwart Mac Davis, best known for ’70s hits like “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me” and “Stop and Smell the Roses.”
While the drawings within the video were sketched by six-year-old Markus Jolly, the video itself includes clips from the film which help bring the song to life.
In the new video for “Coming of Age,” the band shows how rough growing up can be. We’re talking punched in the face, running from the cops, bullied on the basketball court, kind of rough.
“Then you have the Claymation poop.. It’s like the Beach Boys meets the California Raisins. Some have peanuts, some have corn. When I pitched it, Jeremy says, ‘That’s perfect, we have to do it.’”
The splashy video features Rihanna as Eminem’s therapist. She observes the Detroit rapper as he watches a series of images from his life, including his daughter Hailie.