Don't say we didn't warn you: the latest track from The Johnsons is about to get stuck in your head. TWIST is exclusively premiering the music video for "Call Whenever," the latest song dropped by the trio of Los Angeles-based brothers Connor, Clayton, and Chantry – and we wouldn't be surprised if you had the single on replay all summer long.
In order for you to get to know the guys better while you listen, we asked the band to share some fun facts about themselves.
Did you know that Connor (the band's drummer and youngest brother) has a degree in photo-journalism and directs many of The Johnsons' videos? Oldest brother Clayton used to be in Columbia Records band Stereo Skyline, while middle brother Chantry was a member of Universal Republic rock band The Cab. Chantry is also a music producer and has produced many of The Johnsons' original songs. The Johnsons played a single show together in High School under the band name "Paper Street Soap Company."
On the sports side, The Johnsons are also devout 49ers fans. Clayton even has his name engraved on a brick at Levi's Stadium. That's dedication!
If you're already loving the guys, make sure to subscribe to their YouTube channel, where they are always updating us with their latest covers and original content.
You can also check out the guys' music on Soundcloud now.
MacKenzie Bourg Shares His Best Advice on Getting Started in the Music Industry
Evee Shares How Her Song "Lone Wolf" Is All About Embracing Who You Are
Citizen Four Shares What They Learned While Touring with Sabrina Carpenter