A car with a masked driver rolls down the street, the windows open, the bass rumbles, the dystopian choir blows into the summer air: Do you have antibodies? Do you want to be with me This is a new song this pandemic summer thanks, um, to the guy who played Greg’s cousin Sentence.
Historically, time has passed for apocalypses, like climate change, to become a summer point. But hey, if nothing else, 2020 is moving quickly.
The song began in May, when actor Nicholas Brown (aka Cousin Greg) was quarantined with friends, Perekotypole,, where the premiere of the song took place today.
“My friends are a couple, and they̵7;ve been together for years, but I’ve been there again: ‘Man, I wish I had someone through this now,'” Brown said. Perekotypole. And this girl and I were talking, and it seemed to us, “Maybe we should go meet and go for a walk – with bandanas.” So I went on this quarantine date, it seemed a secret, because I didn’t want my friends to know. I guess the combination of paranoia and romance is a song.
Brown made a “call to the wild” – Instagram – urging his followers musically to help him with the idea of the song. Apparently he hit the chord because boy, they answered. This was noticed by Atlantic Records, and turned into a professionally created song and music video Perekotypole.
The bandanas who inspired the song appear in the music video. That’s what Instagram fans do. And hand sanitizers. And clips from COVID press conferences. And masks. Escape from our current reality is not the case. But it’s surprisingly attractive.
He even manages to work on some scientific uncertainty, which has become a feature of the pandemic. After a very problematic line I want to know that your blood has received things / things that make you clean he clarifies Even though we don’t know what it means / FOR MUTUAL AGAINST.
Modern poetry. Also accurate.
Brown’s 81-year-old father had COVID-19 and recovered, according to the report Perekotypole. Proceeds from the song will go to COPE and Partners in Health.
Disguise, disguise, disguise.