The Canadian rockers went full-on retro in the vid, taking us back to 1964 with a vintage aesthetic a bubblegum pop sound.
The guys of the group opened up about what inspired this nostalgic song and its visual counterpart, saying:
"The video for Singing In The Rain is a love letter to one of our favourite movies of all time, That Thing You Do. It's about the exhilarating power that 3 chords, a drum beat and a catchy melody can have on the lives of the people who create it. The video takes you on the magical journey from rehearsing in a garage to playing stadiums and topping the charts. and the roller-coaster ride that is the music industry: both exhilarating and extraordinary, heartbreaking and bittersweet. We had a blast filming this video and we hope that you will enjoy it and that it will make you smile!"
Ch-ch-check out the music video for Simple Plan's latest single off their new album Taking One For The Team (above)!
Off the band's upcoming 14-track album Taking One For The Team, the single is a perfect anti-love letter about some girl named Sofia — we're not sure what she did, but frontman Pierre Bouvier CLEARLY isn't happy about it!
One thing's for sure, you can plan to be brought back to a simpler time (get it?!) by rocking out to this song!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and go buy their new album on February 19!
Forget Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Iceland has just launched their own version of the hit E! show -- with one HIGHlarious catch. Rather than cast a famous Icelandic family as the stars of the new program, they've started filming four adorable kittens.
Yup, the felines -- named Guðni, Ronja, Briet, and Stubbur -- were all rescued from a local animal rescue shelter and have been placed in an oversized dollhouse where cameras capture all of their movements. Of course, the project has been dubbed Keeping Up With The Kattarshians. AH-Mazing!
By partnering with the Icelandic Cat Protection Society, the viral sensation has helped raise awareness about adoption opportunities in Iceland. Inga Lind Karlsdóttir, the brains behind the whole operation, explained to CNN:
"It took about a year to put together, because we wanted all the animal welfare authorities to approve it. And here we are, a year later, with the first reality TV show starring kittens. All the people who were laughing then aren't laughing now."
In fact, following the initial launch of the project, all four of the kittens named (above) have been adopted! It's said new cats are being prepped to take their places!
Be sure to scroll back to the beginning to catch all of the feline fun (below)!