Foster the People - Sit Next to Me Commentary and Lyrics Video








In this series of episodes Culture Stroke released several videos about the song Sit Next to Me by Foster the People.

Sit Next to Me Foster the People Commentary
Sit Next to Me Foster the People Commentary

One of the videos is strictly a lyrics music video. Lyrics are shown over the top of the original music video by Foster the People. This is rare as most artists do not allow their music videos to be uploaded to YouTube in any shape or form. So this is one of those rare instances. Jason Matthews thanks Foster the People for the opportunity to show appreciation for the song and video.


Sacred Hearts Club Sit Next to Me
Sacred Hearts Club Sit Next to Me


In another video, JT and Sergeant Maynard Dixon convene to comment and react to the Sit Next to Me music video. JT likes the song and video but Maynard Dixon is skeptical as he was not impressed with the last video he reacted to which was Best Friend by Foster the People. Dixon says Foster the People put out weird and nonsensical lyrics in their songs. He also can't understand why people moving in slow motion outside of the Sacred Hearts Club makes for a music video.


Sit Next to Me Foster the People Lyrics Video
Sit Next to Me Foster the People Lyrics Video


Host Jason Matthews did commentary over the Foster the People, Sit Next to Me music video and talks about how well done the song is. He says he has never heard a song like this one. Matthews talks about how the song seems like it was written to be fast but they slowed it down. He also mentions what sounds like a continuous buzzing sound in the background of the original song which sounds like a binaural beat.


Sit Next to Me Foster the People Information Music Video
Sit Next to Me Foster the People Information Music Video


Culture Stroke also put out a informational, background video which provides interesting facts about Foster the People's song, Sit Next to Me and the album, Sacred Hearts Club. The video give information about how and why the song was written. It also provides insight into Mark Foster of Foster the People.

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