Trevor Moore produces the music video (and cry for help) for a teen sensation’s latest chart-topping song.
Buy Trevor Moore’s (Whitest Kids U Know) album “Drunk Texts To Myself" and check out his Mexican misadventure on his episode of This Is Not Happening.
American history makes a little more sense now.
We did it, you guys. God Bless America.
“We find these truths to be self-evident: it’s puff, puff, pass or next round you get skipped.”
Your new comedy album, Drunk Texts To Myself, is out March 26th. What’s the best drunk text you’ve ever sent yourself?
Every single one in the song the album’s named after is an actual drunk text I sent myself. That was the easiest one to write, because I just went through my text messages and picked one. Before text messages were big, I would just write down stuff. And then if I’d wake up in the middle of the night, I would write down an idea, then I’d look at it in the morning, and one morning I woke up and I had written “Pajama boy thinks he’s John Lennon.” It was underlined like 10 times and it had all of these check marks. I obviously, at that moment, thought this was the biggest idea in the world. And I have no idea what it was.