For all you Our Lady Peace fans, rejoice! Raine Maida just released a lyric video for his upcoming single Montreal. Honestly, this is one of the first lyric videos that I’ve been thoroughly impressed by. The imagery and quality of the lyrics video far surpasses any expectations. Montreal is the first single off of his recently dropped solo record, We All get Lighter. After some creeping on Raine’s Facebook page, we might not have to wait too much longer for a real video, but we’ll just go ahead and adore the lyric video instead!
Watch the lyrics video for Montreal here and tell us what you think of the video in the comments section below.
MuchMore host Matt Wells is counting down The Top 100 Big Tunes of The 90s every day at 12 pm ET between now and January 6. Watch as we go from Kriss Kross to The Tragically Hip and everything in-between. Find out what we crowned the number one video of the 90s and don’t miss a single episode of The Top 100 Big Tunes of The 90s!
17 Green Day // Basket Case
16 The Fugees // Killing Me Softly
15 Pearl Jam // Alive
14 Our Lady Peace // Superman’s Dead
HIDDEN GEM Dream Warriors // My Definition of a Boombastic Jazz Style
13 Sinead O’Connor // Nothing Compares 2 U
12 Lenny Kravitz // Always On The Run
11 Mariah Carey f. ODB // Fanstasy
10 The Verve // Bittersweet Symphony
9 Sarah McLachlan // sweet Surrender
Posted: January 5th, 2012 | Category: Uncategorized, Wind up | Comments: No Comments
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