UPDATE (10:44 PM PST): We reached 5000 comments! Going for 10,000 now, and we have also snagged the No. 1 most discussed today in music. Just need to update!
As you all know, friends, the official "Mess of Me" video launched yesterday on the new Switchfoot Youtube channel. Look at what we amassed yesterday!
#9 - Most Discussed (Today)
#2 - Most Discussed (Today) - Music
#58 - Most Viewed (Today) - Music - Australia
#72 - Most Viewed (Today) - Music - Canada
#34 - Most Viewed (Today) - Music - New Zealand
#56 - Most Viewed (Today) - Music
#38 - Top Favorited (Today)
#15 - Top Favorited (Today) - Music
#57 - Top Rated (Today)
#6 - Top Rated (Today) - Music
#23 - Top Rated (This Week) - Music
- We also got featured on the Digg.com front page! Thanks for your hard work! This video is off to a really really great start.
- The video got featured on a popular online video aggregator website: Zoinks.tv
For our goals and special instructiosn during this campaign, go here
By Thursday, 3 PM PST, we need to have these goals met.
5,000+ Comments (GOT IT)
We're already WELL on our way. This has got more steam behind it than the other "Mess of Me" video because we have 30,000 + new subscribers on this channel. Keep up the great work and see you on the video comments section!
We may be single-handedly making music history folks... if "Hello Hurricane" explodes, this effort here, will have a large hand in that! Exciting, if you ask me.
The GRAMMY Museum apparently had Switchfoot in yesterday as special guests! This info via their Twitter:
- Switchfoot is here today for our Backstage Pass program, speaking to students about developing a career in music.
- The band's manager, publicist, and record company reps are also here to share their experiences. Right now, a performance: "Meant to Live."
- Everyone on today's panel is working on Swtchfoot's new album "Hello Hurricane."
- The record's producer, Mike Elizondo, is here too. "I realized pretty quickly that I had to be a part of this record."
There's a new video of an interview with Jon Foreman, about social justice. Check it out: