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The song became a hit in Australia and New Zealand, and charted in the top 40 in the Netherlands and the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 charts. Malcolm David Kelley and Tony Oller met in the while filming the television series Gigantic , in which their characters were portrayed as best friends. It was released as the lead single from their debut album MKTO which was released on January 30,
MKTO is one of the latest sensations to emerge from the youth entertainment industry. They have explained that their duo's name, in addition to being their own initials, also suggests "Misfit Kids and Total Outcasts — just like the kids we were in high school. But OK, I'll accept their "outcast" message at face value and assume that yes, they do relate to their non-celebrity fans; until some public revelation proves this wrong. Meanwhile, MKTO's first released single, 'Thank You,' most definitely plays strongly into the notion that these young stars, successful actors since being small children, have keen insight into the trials and tribulations of our nation's youngest millennials. But what I love about their song, and especially their video, is that it is has actual lyrics and an overall tone that is largely positive toward their own generation, without once mentioning such banal things as swag, whipping one's hair back and forth, or raising one's hands in the air. Their song isn't about hedonism or the notion of some eternal party that only youth will recognize, it's about their generation's intention to persevere and excel in spite of the state of the world being handed to them. Every generation has their opportunity to rail against the machine in one form or another. In my own generation X, Kurt Cobain died at age 27 and was lauded briefly as "the voice of our generation.
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