Fleetwood Mac Responds to Idaho Man’s TikTok
Last week, a man from Idaho Falls broke the internet with his Fleetwood Mac inspired TikTok video. This week, the co-founder of the band is responding!
The original video posted by TikTok user @420doggface208 has now been liked over 4.2 million times, been shared directly from the account over 298,000 times and garnered more than 63,000 comments. In the video the Idaho Falls man that we now know is named Nathan Apodaca is seen skateboarding while drinking Ocean Spray Cran-Raspberry and lip synching to Fleetwood Mac's 1977 hit "Dreams."
Now that video has made it's way back to Fleetwood Mac co-founder, Mick Fleetwood! The music legend joined TikTok simply to reply to Apodaca's viral video. In his first and only post, Fleetwood posted his own version of the video with the caption "@420doggface had it right. Dreams and Cranberry just hits different."
Over the last few months of isolation and boredom, TikTok has been invigorating GenZ's interest in 80s music. For example, Matthew Wilder's "Break My Stride" was a viral hit on the video platform earlier this year. Of course, the kids know it as "that weird rowboat song" and most of the videos are of them sending the song's lyrics to unsuspecting recipients in their cell phone contact list.
Some of the responses are pretty fantastic! You can check out some of the best videos "Break My Stride" TikTok clips in the video below and make sure you listen for Matthew Wilder during LITE-FM's all-80s Time Warp Lunch weekdays at noon!