MKTO release music video for old fan favorite “Just Imagine It” in order to help fans cope during these unprecedented times.
Watch "Just Imagine It" on YouTube!
On how the songs message relates to the world today with COVID-19 and the upcoming presidential election, Oller says, “I think we should just focus on what we can do as individuals to help our fellow human right now. The amount of workers working on the front lines daily with a disease that is killing more and more, they are the heroes. I’m more grateful for them and want to do anything we can do to support them, which is why social distancing and quarantining yourself is the best way to help if you’re not sure what to do. They’re more important than any upcoming election.”
MKTO recently released their anthemic single and music video for “Party With My Friends” via Crooked Paintings – PRESS HERE to watch. Hollywood Life called the track “the uplifting anthem we need right now. It’s a song that doesn’t ignore what’s going on around in the world but acknowledges it while recognizing that joy, friendship, and happiness still exist, too.” The duo has been working on new music with longtime collaborators Emanuel “Eman” Kiriakou [Selena Gomez, Ne-Yo] and Evan “Kidd” Bogart [Beyonce, Rihanna] and made their highly anticipated return with “How Can I Forget,” fusing a bright guitar melody and finger-snaps with their signature sound and racking up over 68 million streams – PRESS HERE to watch the video! MKTO has also released a string of singles including “Shoulda Known Better,” “Marry Those Eyes,” “Consider Me Yours,” and “Simple Things.”
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