Two of dance music’s most promising rising stars, Matt and Eli, aka Two Friends have just released the youthful corresponding music video to their 2017 hit, ‘Just A Kid’. The video focuses on a young boy’s navigation of the mundane day-to-day tasks that come with being an adult.
Two Friends have certainly placed themselves on every dance music aficionado’s radar throughout the past couple of years. Their success speaks for itself with 27 Hype Machine #1’s, a collective total of 70 million streams across digital streaming platforms, and support from some of music’s finest including The Chainsmokers, Tiesto, and Tove Lo, under their belt.
Fresh off the fast-paced success that 2017 brought them, the LA based producers and real-life best friends have just released the highly anticipated music video for ‘Just A Kid’. The cheerful single has racked up over 1.5 million streams on Spotify alone since its release in December. The official Behind The Scenes video came out via Spinnin’ Records, which shows the duo working hard at the studio recording the song’s chorus with a bunch of kids. The song, which was written and produced with the support of Camp Harmony as a benefit single to the underprivileged children of Los Angeles, comes to life in a new light in the new official video.
Both hilarious and sweet, the humorously shot music video taps into the ever-prominent idea that you’re only a kid once. It brilliantly brings the track’s lyrics to life by depicting a young boy doing typical work day things such as shaving, writing a check, and updating data sheets at his office. The video directed by Justin Pagano toggles between shots of actor Jonathan Wilson singing along to the song in a playground and him going through the daily grind. Two Friends make an appearance at the end after sending the boy a text inviting him to their party where we see him comically drink juice out of a solo cup.