video premiere: fitz and the tantrums
our dream dmv experience, set to music.
But for Fitz and the Tantrums, it's to embark on a city-wide rampage, knocking a pad of tickets out of a police officer's hand, removing boots from illegally parked cars, and engaging in spontaneous dance routines with equally frustrated strangers.
It's the premise for their new music video for "The Walker"--and yes, we like their vision way better. On the track, the Los Angeles-based five-piece put their trademark neo-soul spin on a pro-individuality anthem, with lead singer Michael Fitzpatrick delivering lines like, "Crazy's what they think about me / Ain't gonna stop because they tell me so." In the music video, that translates into a sweaty dude in a buttoned-up shirt doing windmills atop a car.
Basically, if you doubted that they could outdo "Out of My League," their chart-topping single, you've just been proven wrong. Check out our exclusive premiere of the music video for "The Walker" below, and then start practicing your own windmills--the band's on tour with Capital Cities right now.