Tritonal’s music video for “Good Thing”. No, you don’t remember, because that was nearly a year ago? Fine, fair enough, I can barely remember what day of the week it is. Also, how is it almost September again already?? *Cries* Anyway, whatever, it’s fine, because we’re doing it again: exclusively premiering the video for Tritonal’s new single, “Love U Right” featuring Lourdiz.You might remember back in September when we premiered
Sure, “Love U Right” is a great dance track, showcasing the duo’s signature electro-pop energy and infectious melodies, but it’s a lot more than that. The song was released in partnership with National Alliance For Mental Illness, and Tritonal will be donating proceeds from the streaming royalties to the organization to support mental health awareness in the music industry.
In addition to “Love U Right” helping raise awareness about mental health, the guys of Tritonal also have worked individually to combat stigmas surrounding mental illness. Chad, who formerly struggled with substance abuse, opened his own rehabilitation center in Austin, Texas. Dave has been open about dealing with anxiety. Together, we have a summer jam that’s also helping to do some good in the world. What more could you want?
Watch the video for “Love U Right” below.
Another weekend has come and gone, and I for one am convinced we’re living in a time warp. There’s literally no other logical explanation for why the weekends fly by and yet I age approximately 80 years in the span of one work day. Fortunately, we’ve got just the thing to make you temporarily forget that it’s Monday and you still have a full week of work ahead: new music from Tritonal. Tritonal, in case you’re out of the loop, is an electronic duo who’s been around since 2008. Remember that song “Now Or Never” that you heard in like, every NFL broadcast in 2015? Yeah, that was them. Now they’re back with a fire new song called “Good Thing” featuring Laurell.
But that’s not all. We’re exclusively premiering the music video for Tritonal’s “Good Thing”. It features Sierra Skye, who’s almost as famous on Instagram as us. The video was directed by Jordan Taylor Wright, who’s also directed “Closer” by (who else?) The Chainsmokers, “There For You” by Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan, and many more. This video features lots of summery vibes that will either make you depressed that the weather is growing colder by the day, OR it just might make you think back to happier times when drinking on boats and rooftops was socially acceptable and didn’t put you at risk for developing frostbite.
Watch the video below.
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