Stereo Skyline has just released their new video 'Me and You,' and although the winter months are here, the imagery will take you back to summer in an instant. The guys set up shop in Venice Beach, Calif. and worked with director Paul Coy Allen (Drake, Timbaland) on the concept for the track, which is featured on the band's debut album 'Stuck on Repeat.'
"We wanted to do something fun and different," bassist Brian Maddox tells JSYK exclusively of the shoot. "Something that would show our personality even though it is a love song. We thought what better way than passing out free ice cream, and driving around in an ice cream truck that looks like it made a visit to 'Pimp My Ride.'"
The upbeat pop single is enough to put a smile on anyone's face, especially in dreary winter months and, Brian adds, it's fully representative of the band's spirit.
"Our band has always strived to create a positive vibe," he says. "I feel that's what allows our fans to connect so strongly to us and our music. So even though the seasons changing, we feel that this video reflects what our band represents. I think our fans will appreciate that."
In the video, the guys hand out ice cream to local beach-goers, but the four-piece got their own extra special treat while on location. "We also ate fish tacos from the place in 'I Love You Man,'" Brian excitedly tells us. "Venice was an awesome location to shoot a music video."
Soak up the sun by watching Stereo Skyline's new 'Me and You' video below. 'Stuck on Repeat' is available in stores and on iTunes now.
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