Corey Feldman’s New Music Video Is The Kendall Jenner Pepsi Ad Of Corey Feldman Music Videos!

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If you thought that Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad was tone-deaf, just wait until you hear this!

’80s star Corey Feldman has once again made a splash on the music scene, and as usual it’s amazing in its own way. With Take A Stand, Corey (and his scantily clad Angel Band) sings about what it means to really make a difference in the world:

“Cuz I choose to ignore the suffering abroad,
doesn’t mean it’s not happening — it just means I turned it off!”

But that’s not all! Those woke lyrics are accompanied by a supercut of unconnected hot button news footage including Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Syria bombings, Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March, the Dalai Lama, Barack Obama, JFK… blown away, what else do we have to say.

It is truly a must-see.

Ch-ch-check it out (below)!

BTW, Corey has some more social commentary to go along with the vid, saying:

“This short film depicts human nature at its worst, but also shows what the best of us are capable of achieving when we believe in love. More than ever, society as a whole needs to take responsibility for the current state of affairs, stand together and say this is enough.”


Corey is touring all through the Spring and Summer — you can find more info HERE!

[Image via Instagram.]

Apr 10, 2017 8:57pm PDT

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