Gym Class Heroes
“Honestly, it was one of the more emotional, jaw-dropping, tear-jerking moments I’ve had in a long time,” singer Travie McCoy said.
The electro pop-infused track is the second single off her forthcoming album and is penned by Bruno Mars.
It’s all about wooing you to get you exactly where the band want you. The guys tell us the secrets behind set lists and using lyrics as pick-up lines.
With several hit songs under their belts it’s hard to imagine that the guys in Gym Class Heroes could still feel like outsiders or underdogs. “It gives us so much freedom artistically to do what we want. It’s not so bad, being an underdog,” said singer Travis McCoy.
In spite of their great collaboration with Orozco and the sense of inspiration his story gives them, the Gym Class guys haven’t yet met the athlete who plays a central role in their music video.
As the world’s attention turns to the 2012 Olympics, and the gripping story of Olympic hopeful John Orozco, Gym Class Heroes explain how they ended up working with the world-class athlete on their latest clip.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s infectious hit may be the song of the summer that has inspired a million and one covers, but don’t expect to hear Gym Class Heroes covering it anytime soon.
Singer Travie McCoy and drummer Matt McGinley talked to CBS Local about working with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine on “Stereo Hearts” as well as their recent collab with Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic.
The guys of Gym Class Heroes performed at Wagner College in Staten Island this Monday along with some special guests: the chorus of PS22.