Moving Castel co-founders AOBeats and Robokid relive their childhood dreams in new video “Sunny.” As adults we become playground-deprived because we don’t want to look like pedophiles, BUT deep down inside we do miss riding slides and teeter-totters. The video showcases the two dudes playing in an empty playground with a few clips of Robokid living the bubble boy dream. Watch below:
In regards to the song, Robokid explained, “This song is kind of about the safety of being in your own bubble. Sometimes it’s good to escape that. A lot of the songs I write are pretty funny and ironic. I didn’t really think that would be my writing style, but it’s been very natural.”
Expect to hear more collabs from the duo in the upcoming months.
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