Winnetka Bowling League has released a brand new single and music video for “CVS.”
The Los Angeles band shot the music video on location at a — you guessed it — CVS in Los Angeles on Sepulveda Blvd., with cameos by Hilary Duff (newly wed to WBL frontman, Matthew Koma) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (a.k.a. McLovin from “Superbad”) a good friend of Koma and Duff who also officiated their wedding.
“CVS” is an indie-pop love song that truly captures that universal smitten feeling, using the famous one-stop shop as an analogy to the perfect relationship that has everything.
“I highly recommend hanging out in a CVS for 16 hours, overnight,” Koma shared. “The macadamia nuts are delicious, the regional apparel makes you feel like a local and the fluorescent lights help to address any anxiety surrounding your filter free appearance…sleep chocolates and I’m out until an iced Dunkin’ inflates my happiness.”
“CVS” was written and produced by Grammy winner Koma, who in the past has worked with artists ranging from Bruce Springsteen to Kelly Clarkson. The video was directed by Zack Sekuler (X Ambassadors, The Neighborhood) who also created Winnetka Bowling League’s debut video “On The 5.”
“CVS” follows the release of their latest EP, “Cloudy With A Chance Of Sun,” out now via RCA Records.
Winnetka Bowling League is currently on the road with their exuberant show, touring with fellow Angelenos flor during February and March. Find upcoming tour dates HERE.
By Michael Jacobo
Photo: Ebru Yildiz/SF Examiner