Gym Class Heroes Take “Stereo Hearts” To The Streets
Posted by Videoson 08/11/2011 at 12:52 PM
We called “Stereo Hearts” an August song way back when–and hey, it is now in fact August, and the Gym Class Heroes have the video out! How well we know our calendar. Our reaction to walking down the street and finding a stereo blasting “Stereo Hearts” would be roughly the same as the world at large’s reaction to subway parties; our reaction to someone plucking our shadow off the wall would be about as bemused as our reaction to the streets being this color-filtered. But a lot of people’d probably be happy to come across surveillance-TV display of Adam Levine, though, so there’s that–and at a less headache-inducing pace than “Moves Like Jagger“! It’s always nice when artists know the source of their appeal.
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