If you are having a hard time getting through the work week, it’s time for you to check out the fun new video from Young Bombs for their track Better Day featuring Aloe Blacc. You can pick up the fun upbeat new track HERE via Astralwerks. Watch the new video below:
The clip reflects the pair’s hilarious sense of humor and captures the tune’s bright and bold buoyancy. Nodding to the spirit of seventies and eighties sun-and-fun film and television, the grainy visual pits Young Bombs a.k.a. Martin and Tristan against each other as they vie for the affection of the same woman. After spotting her on the beach, they compete to attract her attention before eventually running each other over in cars, bludgeoning one another with all manner of household objects, and low key spying on their respective dates from a distance. Breaking up the madness, Aloe Blacc even makes a cameo by way of striking a pose on a poster.In just two weeks, “Better Day” popped off as an immediate success. Over its first 24 hours, total streams surpassed 100,000 as plays-to-date near one million. Not to mention, it featured on key playlists such as Spotify’s New Music Friday in 27 territories, Cratediggers in three, and Mint Canada in two. Apple touted it on Breaking Dance, danceXL, and New Music Daily, while Amazon showcased it on Brand New Music, Fresh Dance, and Nectar. Meanwhile, Pandora’s New Music Now and New Dance Now featured it in addition to gracing the EDM Hotlist on YouTube Music.In 2019, Young Bombs make the bold leap from sought-after remixers to artists. That leap remains driven by a personal and creative chemistry forged way back in the Vancouver high school where they became best friends. With nearly 100 million streams in four years, the duo of Martin and Tristan cooked up 53 remixes by 2018. Along the way, they lent their talents to everyone from Nick Jonas, Selena Gomez, and Lady Gaga to Billie Eilish, Alessia Cara, Post Malone, Khalid, and Bazzi. In addition, they attracted the support of Tiësto, Kygo, and Don Diablo. Simultaneously, they graced the stages of blockbuster festivals such as Lollapalooza, Ultra, Firefly Music Festival, and the Billboard Hot 100 Festival. Not to mention, Young Bombs supported The Chainsmokers, Galantis, Diplo, and Alesso on tour around the globe and launched a coveted residency at Drai’s Beachclub in Vancouver.
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