A car with a disguised driver rolls down the street, windows open, bass sings, the dystopian choir explodes into the summer air: Do you have antibodies? Do you want to be with me? It’s a new song from this summer’s pandemic, thanks to the guy who played cousin Greg Inheritance.
Historically, it took time for apocalypse, such as climate change, to become summer bumps. But if nothing else, the year 2020 is moving fast.
The song began in May when actor Nicholas Braun (aka Cousin Greg) quarantined with friends, according to Rolling stone, where the song premiered today.
“My friends are a couple and they’ve been together for years, but I was like it again:‘ Man, I wish I had something to get to know now, ’” Braun said. Rolling stone. So we talked to the girl and we were like, “Maybe we should go meet and take a walk ̵1; we’re wearing bandanas.” So I went on this quarantine date; it seemed like a secret because I didn’t want my friends to know. I think the song is a combination of paranoia and romance. ”
Brown posted an “invitation to the wild” – Instagram – urging his musically inclined followers to help him with the idea of the song. Apparently he hit the string because boy, did they respond. According to her, this was noticed by the record company Atlantic Records and became a professionally produced video of songs and music Rolling stone.
The bandanas who inspired the song appeared in the music video. That’s what Instagram fans do. And a manual sanitary facility. And clips from COVID press conferences. And masks. An escape from our current reality, it is not. But it’s surprisingly intriguing.
He even manages to resolve some of the scientific uncertainties that have become a feature of the pandemic. Following a very problematic line I want to know if there are things in your blood that make you cleanse he clarifies Although we don’t know what that means / TAKE IT INTO ACCOUNT.
Poetry alone. Also accurate.
According to Brown, the 81-year-old father had COVID-19 and recovered Rolling stone. Proceeds from the song will go to nonprofits COPE and Partners in Health.
Mask on, mask on, mask on.