Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth are the worst security guards in Simple Creatures’ ‘Adrenaline’

If you ever need a pair of security guards to protect your business, it may not be a good idea to hire Simple Creatures’ Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth. On Thursday (April 25), the duo unleashed the music video for their latest single “Adrenaline” which finds them being the worst security guards around.

The almost-three-and-half-minute video begins with the twosome sitting inside what looks like a locker room. By the look on both guys’ faces, they aren’t exactly excited to be at work inside of a morgue, but who would be?

As the music begins to play, the dead bodies in the morgue begin to mouth along to the lyrics. While Hoppus and Gaskarth are goofing off in their office —not once looking at their CCTV system— the dead bodies come to life. Two of the corpse, who look like they were in a relationship before dying, go frolicking in the graveyard while the others start dancing in the morgue. The video concludes with neither Hoppus nor Gaskarth aware of what’s going on.

Like we said, if you need a pair of security guards, it may be wise to look in another direction. Watch the music video for “Adrenaline” above.

“Adrenaline” is featured on Simple Creatures’ recently released EP, Strange Love. “Adrenaline” joins previously released tracks “Drug” and the album’s title track “Strange Love.”

While promoting the new album recently, the duo revealed that they already had plans to release its follow-up. The band allegedly unveiled the upcoming EP’s during a show, but there was no proof to corroborate these claims. Shortly after, the group confirmed that their second EP would be titled Everything Opposite and is due out later this summer.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.