The glorious video is set at NFL running back Marshawn Lynch’s wedding. When comedians Ken Jeong, George Lopez and Jim Breuer discover they’ve been left off the invite list, they think “it’s a great idea” to take matters into their own hands, put on their best suit and tie, and crash the nuptials alongside Train’s lead singer, Pat Monahan.
The "Drink Up" video was inspired by a friend of mine. She said, "you and your friends should teach people how to throw a party." I asked my friends, @beastmode, @georgelopez, @jimbreuer_official, and @kenjeong to show us all how it's done and man did they ever. This was one of the best days of my life and hopefully theirs. So much fun and what a great, classy, talented group I get to call friends. The best! Watch the video on youtube.com/train (link in bio)
While the uninvited guests appear to cause a disastrous uproar at first—smashing cake on guests’ heads, interrupting the best man’s speech—Lynch and the crashers make amends and turn the night into a full-fledged party on the dance floor… with Train on the beats, of course.
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“Hey man, y’all my best friends, man,” says Lynch, with his hand on his heart. “You’re my best friends, man.”
On Friday night, the band will kick off their North American Play That Song Tour in Las Vegas, featuring O.A.R. as special guests and Natasha Bedingfield as the tour opener. They will travel through more than 45 cities including Los Angeles, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Toronto and Nashville before concluding in George, Washington on July 15.