Three Days Grace have once again plucked a popular alt-rock favorite and given it a heavier makeover, this time taking on Gotye's monster single, "Somebody That I Used to Know. For Three Days Grace version, the play a bit with the unique instrumentation of the original, starting off some strumming guitar and an increasing bass presence in the verses, then jolting off the page with heavy guitars in the chorus. Add in some electronic key work that really seals the deal at the end of the song, and Three Days Grace definitely put their own stamp on the track. This has only happened to me a few times in my life. I remember listening to it over and over and just being happy. Music releases a mood enhancing chemical in the brain that can set good moods and peak enjoyment. Music is truly the best drug!
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Three Days Grace Rel Watch the Take a Bow Productions directed video now below. We hope these strange days are over soon and until then please stay safe and look out for one another. Add to Chrome.
Of all the recent band videos I've seen that deal with our current situation, Three Days Grace's rapid-fire stream-of-consciousness "Strange Days" captures the zeitgeist best a purely subjective opinion. Nightmarish at moments, retro at moments — sometimes simultaneously. The video reflects the band's name, which calls to mind a state of emergency. Collector Resources.