New Gym Class Heroes video
2009-11-24 by John Lennon beat his wife. STAFF | 16 Comments

Pop-rock-alt-hop foursome Gym Class Heroes have recorded and uploaded a video for their latest single "Live a Little" off of 2008's The Quilt. The song features lead guitarist (and Ithaca native) Disashi Lumumba-Kasongo on lead vocals,
alternating with regular vocalist Travis McCoy.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjM6z1hrA8w

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theacademy
Staff Reviewer
November 24th 2009

28460 Comments


one of the few songs off "The Quilt" that I listened to more than once...he's actually got a decent voice

Digging: Kimbra - The Golden Echo

ScorpionStan
November 24th 2009

1825 Comments


ughhhhhhhh this band irritates me to no end lol. prolly won't watch it.

ScorpionStan
November 24th 2009

1825 Comments


2222 comments academy, thazza cool collection of digits.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
November 24th 2009

28460 Comments


hey yea it is...too bad i can't post again without fuc-AHHHH CRAP.

ScorpionStan
November 24th 2009

1825 Comments


oh no now you're not cool anymore

haha

Iamthe Nightstars
November 25th 2009

2228 Comments


Wow..what happened to them? This is like, super poppy. Sounds nothing like their old stuff.

Digging: Few And Far Between - Three

CrazyFool84
November 25th 2009

1080 Comments


Hmm, was gonna ask if this album was worthwhile to someone that found their earlier stuff a bit interesting, but that comment ^ sorta answers that question...still, is this album worth wasting my time on or is it better off avoided?

TheStarclassicTreatment
November 25th 2009

2910 Comments


decent album is decent

not as good as their old stuff though.

milrichouse
November 26th 2009

11 Comments


It was one of the better songs off the album, typical 'by the numbers' video though.

bloc
November 26th 2009

34774 Comments


album was so bad

Digging: Interpol - El Pintor

cirq
November 26th 2009

9263 Comments


song sucks
band should have stuck with their old style

bloc
November 26th 2009

34774 Comments


amen to that cirq, i felt like they abandoned all their roots.

Ghearufu
November 26th 2009

87 Comments


I actually know all of these guys and used to party with them when they were still living in Geneva. Anyway not only did their music change but so too did they. They no longer even recognize their roots really. Disashi isn't that bad and neither is Matt, but Travis peaced out of Geneva as soon as possible and only sends his "love" to the 315.

Emim
November 28th 2009

26618 Comments


I guess these guys didn't fade completely into one-hit-wonder oblivion.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
November 28th 2009

28460 Comments


@ghearufu Disashi reps tha 607 tho

Ghearufu
November 29th 2009

87 Comments


Thats true, but he still wandered around Geneva all the time.



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