Check out this music video about real superhero Phoenix Jones by the band Quickie!
Quickie, a pop punk band based in Seattle, has made a song about Seattle's most famous superhero.
Phoenix Jones has been immortalized with his very own pop song, thanks to the band Quickie. Quickie's music has been featured in shows like "The Secret Circle" and "The Vampire Diaries" on the CW, and now they're showing some love for Phoenix!
The video doesn't feature any scenes or action, it's just an image of a drawing of Jones that remains up while the song plays.
Jones has become famous for patrolling city streets as the leader of the Rain City Superhero Movement, a group of costumed vigilantes who fight crime. Quickie expressed support for Jones on their YouTube page.
"We have a real life superhero patrolling the streets of Seattle. Fighting crime. How could we not write a song about that?" asks Quickie's lead singer Lou Trez. "Phoenix Jones has a suit, he's got guts, an alter-ego and a secret hideout. But every caped crusader needs their own signature song."
Watch the video, which is almost 3 minutes, below.
The single "Phoenix Jones" is currently available on iTunes for $0.99.
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