PS I Love You: Get Over
Today has been all about recovery, as I’ve been slowly clearing the cobwebs from yet another successful St. Patrick’s Day celebration. For me, St. Pat’s is all about making the rounds from one watering hole to another, randomly running into and catching up with friends along the way. While sporting my fancy green socks, I sipped a few pints and enjoyed conversations with folks from Joe’s M.I.L.L., Ianspotting, Ted Hsu and even the CKWS news team. The fact that I can run into so many people I know and recognize is one of the biggest reasons why I love Kingston. While it’s great to be able to walk down the street anonymously, I’m sure you will agree that it’s nice to know that our city is small and friendly, which brings us to today’s post.
The spirit of our local community runs deep within P.S. I Love You’s latest music video for their song titled Get Over. With numerous Kingston landmarks in clear view including City Hall, the time sculpture, and Morrison’s Restaurant, Paul and Benjamin end up rocking a wild karaoke party at Kingston’s best venue for live music. The video is definitely more polished than their previous efforts, and certainly a touch on the raunchy side thanks to the alcohol-induced sickness that ends up being stomped into the dance floor.
Admittedly it hasn’t been that long since I last posted their performance on Q, but I’m really enjoying the band’s new album, and loving the fact that they’re doing so well.
Hit play, and let me know what you think. Isn’t it awesome seeing familiar faces and surroundings in music videos?
3 thoughts on “PS I Love You: Get Over”
St. Patrick's Day is like New Year's Eve, 'Amateur Hour'. Now in Newfoundland it's a provincial holiday. We are 'professionals' when it comes to this sort of thing. :)
One cabbie tonight told me a Queen's Professor scheduled a mid-term for Friday. She drove down some girls from Queen's who couldn't go out on Thursday because of it. That prof on a power trip or just doesn't care about St. Patty's Day? Who knows.
I have a story from working midnight shift last night…… but can't repeat it here. It's that kind of story. Told a friend and her response back was a short one, 'Good Lord'.
If you strip names and such, is it suitable for sharing? I was very surprised at how well behaved folks were this year. Still though, a few bad apples spoil the bushel.
PS I LOVE the Kingston landmarks there's something about this vid that captures the essence of kids partying. I feel like I've been at this same party before … kudos to these boys for putting out such awesome stuff!!!