Hellogoodbye's Forrest Kline wants to help you find something to do. Like dance, preferably.
It's been a crazy ride for So. Cal power-pop act Hellogoodbye (hence Forrest Kline's tired tee), who first popped up in the early aughts with a unique brand of jokey, playfully Auto-Tuned jams and a name dedicated to a quote by Screech from "Saved by the Bell." After touring with an impressive cavalcade of like-minded acts (The Format, The All-American Rejects, New Found Glory, Saves The Day, to name a few), the Warped Tour vets signed with Drive-Thru Records and released their nerd-core debut, Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!, featuring the adorkable anthem "Here In Your Arms." Then things got a little less fun -- between a slew of lineup changes, Hellogoodbye parted ways with Drive-Thru Records in 2010 and went on to self-release their sophomore album Would It Kill You? It's now been three years since Hellogoodbye put out a record, but the group is back with a new label, a re-release of 2010's Would It Kill You? (featuring several bonus tracks), and a brand-new album coming out in April. (I'm doing a little victory dance over here in my chair. Don't mind me. Actually, just ignore me.)
To celebrate their partnership with Old Friends Records, Hellogoodbye recently decided to take a camera crew with them on a mini-tour, the end result being a funtimes tour video for their classic track, "Finding Something To Do."
Watch Hellogoodbye's "Finding Something To Do" video after the jump.