Superfruit Is Saying Goodbye to Love In Their New MV

Superfruit is back again with another music video for their album.

While the music duo have had many happy/party songs turned into music videos like "Worth It (Perfect)," "How You Feeling?," and "Future Friends," they felt it was time for more of a deeper/thoughtful song and that’s just what they’ve given us with “Goodbye From Lonely.”

The angsty song with lyrics like, “I’m coming apart and I can’t breathe,” or, “Oh, every part of me was tethered to what we used to be,” is extenuated with a black and white color scheme and serious facial poses from the boys.

“Goodbye From Lonely” can be found on Superfruit’s deluxe debut studio album, Future Friends, and the video can be found on Youtube or down below.

Watch Superfruit Party Hard in "How You Feeling?"

Superfruit is back with another music video, and we had to share it with you all.

The dynamic duo are celebrating the release of the second part of their Future Friends album. And with it come some great new songs like “Fantasy" featuring F(x)’s Amber Liu, “Hurry Up!” and “How You Feeling?”

And the latter song now has a music video out.

The song follows Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying as they go on a little of bender after partying maybe a little too hard.

Some of the lyrics go, “I’m dancing reckless but it’s all a lie,” and,  “Don’t have the patience to even say goodbye.”

Watch the video down below.

Superfruit Debuts New Song 'Worth It (Perfect)'

In case you've been looking for the perfect summer anthem--here it is! Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying, better known as the popular music duo Superfruit, debuted a their new song and video Worth It (Perfect) today just in time for your pool parties, barbecues, beach days, or cruising with your shades on.

Worth It (Perfect) is part of Superfruit’s new album Future Friends: Part One available now and Part Two which will be out on iTunes and other major online stores on September 15th.

The video, which features Kaycee Rice and Sage Rosen, is a non-stop dance routine that defies gender roles as Rice (dressed in a tuxedo) and Rosen (sporting a flowy pink dress) use Superfruit’s song to portray effortless choreography that debunks stereotypes and the expected. An artistic expression in support of transgender youth.

Here's the video--I dare you to not bob your head up and down:

Grassi and Hoying are also members of the Grammy-award winning a capella Pentatonix that has changed the music game with their unique sound.

Thanks for the beats, boys! Now to get that choreography down to practice in front of the mirror.