Video Premiere of Andrew's New Single "GO GO GO GO"

Spinner has premiered the official music video for the song “Go Go Go Go” by Andrew W.K. and The W.S.C. 2012. As previously reported, the song is the official theme song for the World Snowboarding Championships 2012, taking place in Oslo, Norway from February 10th to the 19th. The lyrics feature shout outs to some of the world's top international snowboarders, including Mark McMorris (Canada), Tyler Flanagan (USA), Kazuhiro Kokubo (Japan), and Peetu Piiroinen (Finland). Look closely, and you'll see some of these athletes in the music video as well.

"We filmed most of this music video at my nightclub, Santos Party House," W.K. tells Spinner. "At first, I was wondering if these snowboarders would party hard. And they did! Everyone was so nice, and super awesome to work with. It meant a lot to me that so many talented athletes from around the world would come together to be part of this song -- and part of this party!"

Santos Party House in NYC will also host the international kick off party for WSC 2012 tonight. In addition, Andrew is the WSC's international rock 'n' roll ambassador, and he'll bring the Santos Party House spirit across the seas to Oslo, where he'll set up a Norwegian version of the Santos club and curate the official celebrations and live music performances during the WSC.

Visit Oslo and Visit Norway will be giving away a trip for two to attend the World Snowboarding Championships including plane travel, entry to the events, and tickets to Santos Party House in Oslo. Click HERE to enter.

To Purchase "Go Go Go Go": Click HERE

Spinner Article: Click HERE

MTV Clutch premiered the song on November 1st. You can listen on their website, HERE.

Alternative Press also has a link for your listening pleasure as does Absolute Punk. And you can also swing by Sterogum for a lovely article as well.

Andrew recently caught up with Downtown Julie Brown and Billboard to talk about the music that inspires him and the WSC theme song he penned for this year's events. Click HERE to watch the video!

This news item was posted on: November 18, 2011