First of all, I have to point out that this is not a Ford Motor Company production, although it’s obvious that the automaker must have been involved in some way in order for this musician gets his hands on two brand new 2015 Ford Mustang GTs. I’d be quick to admit it’s definitely not my kind of music so in good circles these guys might be very well known but I’ve never heard of Scott and Brendo. Considering I’ve never heard of these guys anywhere, I’m a little surprised they have the connections or the strength to get their hands on two 2015 Mustangs to make this unusual video – but as I mentioned in the introduction, Ford is looking to sell this car to new people all over the world and this video will most definitely reach different people.

Really, this song seems to have absolutely nothing to do with the 2015 Ford Mustang GT, but this video features two Ruby Red fastbacks – one belonging to a dance crew dressed in 80s fashion and the another belonging to a team of male dancers who wear much the same outfits as the women. These two rival dance teams (who both drive 2015 Mustang GT fastbacks in Ruby Red) meet face to face at an intersection in Anytown USA and when the two cars come to a stop, the dancers exit both Mustangs in a Departure in clown car. As these cars collide, there is seemingly no way for a peaceful resolution, so a dance battle begins. A small crowd gathers with sandwich panels supporting the men’s team and the women’s team, while both teams dance… although I really don’t understand how the winner is decided. Or if a winner is decided.

In any case, as the ’80s dance battle comes to an end and the weird song fades away, the 2015 Ford Mustang GT is shown crossing the desert in a clip that looks a lot like the end of the show. a Ford Motor Company advertisement. Honestly, very little in this video makes no sense to me, but this is the final piece of marketing for the 2015 Mustang as Ford seeks to promote the car to new regions and new people, even those who are obsessed with dance music and the 80s era. dance battles. If nothing else, this is probably a great promotional tool for the musicians who made this video because Mustang fans everywhere are going to be spending the next few days watching this video just to see their new favorite sports car in action .