Getty Images | WireImage Jack Antonoff calls it therapy. When the Steel Train…
- Posted on Aug 27th 2010 11:00AM by Benjy Eisen
"Our whole thing was, 'How do we make a video that's going to be fun and interesting to watch?' because nowadays you could buy a video camera for $500 and make a video that looks as good as anything in the '90s," Antonoff tells Spinner. "We have a lot of friends in L.A. who are comedians and writers, so we just put the song in their hands. We loved the idea of playing a random part in the video -- we thought it would be cool to play characters and then have the band portrayed by six-year-olds."
It makes for an instant classic that's a throwback to the golden era of music videos. There are lots of laugh-out-loud moments, but unlike the drunken host of the fictional 'Up Late w/ Al Scalzo,' we won't spoil the surprises. You're just going to have to watch it for yourself below.