This song will make you feel like you're in the opening credits of a movie, and maybe that's because it was used in the opening credits of a movie (How To Be Single). Picture this: you step out of the train station, apartment, house, grand central station, and a camera follows your commute. It jumps from shot to shot of you walking down the street, grabbing your morning coffee, hailing a cab, and whatever else goes into opening movie credits. Maybe some b-roll of that town/city you're walking through.
You might even walk faster, burning more calories, making you feel healthier and giving you an excuse to eat that little extra treat in the middle of the day. Try not to walk to the beat, I dare you.
You can learn more about Martin Solveig here:
About The Curator - Lili Gelfand
A born and raised New Yorker, Lili Gelfand grew up watching old movies with her father, a producer, director, and writer for film and television. Growing up, Lili got to experience set life constantly. Her admiration and love for the art deepened as she studied Film Production in Boston at Emerson College.
After graduating, she followed in her father’s footsteps by beginning a freelance career in the entertainment industry. Lili has worked as a writer’s assistant, wardrobe/stylist assistant, script coordinator, and associate producer for Bravo, Comedy Central, and BET.
Lili’s passion is music in film. She plays the piano and the ukulele and constantly listens to movie scores and soundtracks. Other passions include babysitting, decorating her apartment, and playing the Sims.