Superfruit Throws a '90s Sleepover in 'Heartthrob' Video


Another Friday, another Superfruit music video. This time they've dropped the visual treatment for "Heartthrob," which sees Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying having a '90s-themed sleepover together.

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Between talking on glitter landline phones via split-screens to lusting over posters of John Stamos and doing face masks, complete with cucumbers and matching pajama sets, the video is a perfect reflection of pre-Internet teenage life. 

"Nineties hearthrob," the duo sings, before rattling off a number of hilarious nostalgic references. "Frosted tips and a middle part, TigerBeat said he's off the charts." 

"Heartthrob" follows a long lineup of Superfruit videos, all lifted off their breakout EP, Future Friends - Part One. So far, we've seen "Imaginary Parties," "Worth It (Perfect)," "Sexy Ladies," "Vacation" and "Bad 4 Us." Now, you can enjoy the Pentatonix stars' latest, below. 

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