You likely won't get invited to Courtney Cox's house anytime soon, so you'll need to settle for this video, which was directed by and features a cameo by the Friends star. Locations bounce around Los Angeles, but includes what looks like her beach house (spoiler alert: it's really nice) where Kodaline works on the song, which was produced and co-written by Cox's fiancee Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol.
There's a lot you need to know about the legendary Darlene Love, but since I'm assuming music videos have whittled your attention spans down to the nub, I'll just tell you the bottom line here: Darlene Love is cool enough that Joan Jett and Paul Schaffer came along for the ride to the this beach concert, while Bill Murray, Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Van Zandt and a clearly smitten David Letterman show-up in separate cameos.
A parade of Instagram posts on an iPhone serves as a simple, yet clever construct to work in a whole lot of cameos, including Kevin Jonas, Meghan Trainor, Lindsey Stirling, JoJo Wright, Alyson Stoner, Joe Jonas and many other celebs and social media influencers.
Get on your mopeds kids, cuz Mack is back with something that looks way pricier and more ambitious than what you'd find at a thrift shop. "Downtown" is essentially a rallying cry for all the underdogs and eccentrics out there to get on their wildest ride and meet up for a massive parade with rap Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, rap legends Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and Gradmaster Caz, and a scene-stealing Eric Nally from Foxy Shazam.
Every good Hollywood story starts with a body in a pool, whether it be Sunset Boulevard or this new A$AP Rocky video with Miguel, Mark Ronson and Rod Stewart. The Sunset/A$AP connections don't stop there either, as it slowly becomes clear that "Everyday" is also about an aging star who's staying ready — by any magical, or surgical means available — for when that spotlight returns.