Remember when Patrick Stump and Brendon Urie sang the Coke “Open Happiness” theme song?December 13, 2016
Way in the depths of the internet, we find some incredible videos that deserve a little recognition. This time around, we unearthed the music video for Coke’s first-ever Open Happiness Campaign, which just happens to feature Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie and Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump, and trust us: it's pretty amazing.
The Open Happiness campaign was started back in 2009, and music played a central part of the project. The first collaboration featured Urie and Stump alongside Gym Class Heroes’ Travie McCoy, Cee-Lo Green and Janele Monáe.
The sunshiney, over-the-top music video originally made its debut on MTV in July 2009, and we are so happy this collaboration came to be.
Brendon Urie playing an adorable news reporter, and Patrick Stump taking flight in a helicopter with the likes of Cee-Lo Green? Seeming unbelievable, but actually pretty amazing. Check it out below!
If you happen to find the tune stuck in your head, you can actually download a digital copy of it via Amazon here.
And if you want to get an idea as to how this video came to be, check out a behind-the-scenes look at Brendon explaining his role, with the green screen backdrop, awkward dance moves and all.
What are your thoughts on the Coke collab with a few of our scene favorites? Let us know in the comments!
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