By Maura Marcellino
DC’s own Sub-Radio is back with another fun hit just in time for the summer and aesthetically pleasing music video to help motivate you to have some fun, King of My Heart, filmed by Ryan Nau of ActNau Productions. Accompanying an already bright and amazing song, this music video features tiaras, capes, flower crowns, thrones, and everything perfect for royalty (which they all absolutely rock). The band members are clearly having fun in this video! For just under three minutes, this song illustrates being so in love with someone that you would do absolutely anything they wanted to make them happy, especially with lyrics like; “Baby you’re the only one. I don’t hit the floor for no one. But you, you, you.” We think the listeners will find themselves smiling and vibing throughout the duration of this very entertaining video.
With catchy lyrics and electrifying instrumentals, the listeners are sure to have fun dancing around…and maybe even crave some Sour Skittles and grapes. I cannot wait to hear and watch more from the incredible Adam Bradley (lead vocals), Matt Prodanovich (guitar/vocals), Michael Pereira (drums), John Fengya (guitar/keys), Barry Siford (Bass), and Kyle Cochran (guitar/keys). If you are a fan of Walk the Moon, be sure to check out more from Sub-Radio!
This track has been added to our Alchemical Weekly Spotify Playlist and YouTube Playlist. You can find Sub-Radio as a guest on the Alchemicast podcast with Andy Reed when their episode was featured this week on May 26. We hope it kickstarts a great week for you in music, and in life!
Maura Marcellino is studying business and environmental sustainability at George Mason University. When she is not studying, Maura enjoys listening to music and spending time with friends and family.
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