That’s Not Us! Crashed My Car Into a Bridge w/ Icona Pop or RKVC? The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
That’s Not Us! Crashed My Car Into a Bridge w/ Icona Pop or RKVC?
That’s not us on that song by Icona Pop. I did crash my car into a bridge but when I Icona Pop says, “I don’t care, I love it,” we really do! It’s horrible! We’re romantic pop rock, not crash my car into a bridge pop! Yeah, that’s not us. So in this funny story about the time I crashed my car into bridge, I was thoroughly upset. Where the girls from Icona Pop say “I love it” and “I don’t care” we’re not a 90s bitch like those girls! RKVC tries to be very careful while still having fun and getting into a enough trouble to stay interesting. Both electronic pop duos have a great amount of energy and swagger, but besides gender differences, there are also other distinguishing factors.
Why that’s not us when you hear other duos sing about their destructive antics. We just have songs like “Troublemaker” where we sing about stealing other guys’ girlfriends for fun! Just kidding…kind of. If that’s not us, what we are is a lot more hopeful (though we love Icona Pop!): The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of Rod Kim & Vince Cirino bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge.
So we won’t make you jump off of it or crash into it. But when I crashed my car into a bridge I did care and I did not want to jump off of it! So turn up both Icona Pop and RKVC, but know that’s not us singing “I crashed my car into a bridge, I don’t care, I love it.”The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of RKVC bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop.