Hanson Premieres 'Get the Girl Back' Music Video
Brothers Isaac Hanson, Taylor Hanson and Zac Hanson premiered the music video to their new single "Get the Girl Back" on VH1. The track is a cut off their forthcoming album "Anthem" set to be released on June 18, something which the Hanson brothers themselves wrote and produced.
The almost four-minute-and-a-half clip shows the handsome threesome performing live in front of an intimate crowd, dressing in their dapper suit and tie, looking classy as they play their assigned musical instruments while standing in front of their microphones. Besides the three brothers, actresses Kat Dennings of "Two Broke Girls" and Nikki Reed of "Twilight" and "Thirteen" star in the video, that also features the cute Drake Bell.
The track is sure to be another hit among loyal Hanson followers and new fans alike as it features the soulful pop-rock sound that made the pop rock trio the success they are today. It's going to be a favorite among the ladies especially with such sweet lyrics as "She's about to walk away / So if you're gonna make her want to stay / Tell her she's your moon and sun / Tell her that she's always been the one."
When asked how it came about that they featured the cowbell prominently in the new song, Taylor remarked, "You start by making a musical decision and then you realize that you've created another for someone to stand in the crowd and go, 'More cowbell!' " Zac chimed in, "Let's be honest. We're just trying to get Will Ferrell to make a 'Funny Or Die' video."
Hanson's "Get the Girl Back" music video
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