Yes you did read that correctly. The Rose Bowl has an official theme song and it’s everything you would want it to be. Let’s watch the magic happen together, this is the kind of experience I want to share with you and you alone.
First off the “artist” in this song spells his name like this: dUSTIN tAVELLA. See what he did was make the first letters lower cap and the rest of his name upper cap. That’s the kind of deep meaningful creative thinking you can expect in this video. dUSTIN has already turned my world upside down.
0:16 The black and white intro might lead one to think this video and song will be traditional, don’t get sucked in.
0:25 “The Big 10 champions come into the bowl.” I thought this was supposed to be meaningful?
0:50 And the video switches to color, this will not be a lost episode of I Love Lucy.
0:54 ‘MERICA and AAAaaaa AAAaaaaa AAAAaaaaaAAAAA
1:00 These singers are really good at making the sound an A makes. BUT CAN THEY DO B?
1:06 dUSTIN is the personification of USC, he is the living breathing USC Trojan.
1:19 This girl is showing the correct level of enthusiasm for being in this video.
1:23 dUSTIN looks at his feet a lot.
1:24 SUPER EXCITED GIRL #2
1:27 Is that red cape magic? THIS MAN IS NO MUGGLE!
1:32 In his spare time dUSTIN is a vest enthusiast.
1:56 Nothing says “Rose Bowl” like a hipster back flip.
2:05 Then again, dancing around does kind of remind me of the PAC 12 and Big 10.
2:16 There are more magic gold sparkles in this video than a Walt Disney World commercial.
2:30 dUSTIN stop molesting the stadium, that’s weird.
2:48 So the Rose Bowl is about hipsters, interpretive dance, architecture, and sparkles? Sounds about right.
3:16 THIS IS NOT A DRILL! PEOPLE ARE NOW RUNNING THROUGH THE STREETS IN EXCITEMENT ABOUT THE ROSE BOWL.
3:29 Warriors, come out to plaaaayyyyyyy.
3:46 This has turned into a Church of Scientology service.
4:11 dUSTIN is magic!
4:32 It was Tinkerbell all along!
I’m watching it again. This song is the anthem of how out of touch the people who run college football are with the fans of college football.