Biography of this music band:
One of the best bands the American underground kicked up in the Eighties, R.E.M. were a group of arty Athens, Georgia guys who invented college rock and went on to huge mainstream success. They brought a cagey mix of attitude and poetry to an idiosyncratic sound built around jangling guitars and hazy vocals of frontman Michael Stipe. Relentlessly touring clubs around the country for the first few years, R.E.M. consistently refined their sound: They could be dreamy, abrasive, circumspect, mischievous, and eggheaded. Their 1988 signing with Warner. Bros. netted them $10 million dollars for five records. Fortunately for the band and their fans, the same kind of creative gambits that marked their early days were still in place during the 1990s.
"Every Day is Yours to Win," is a ballad that sounds like it's from Reveal, but a bizarre alternate universe version of Reveal that's actually enjoyable. Hell, the beatnik poetry meets Patti Smith that is "Blue" has no real equivalent in the band's catalog, and is quite enjoyable because of it.
For me this song its for motivate the people to be happy every day. the song say "Every day is yours to win" its for appreciate all the day and see what we've got. And like that, we'll be heroes, its for bring up everyone and tell us like that the journey will be better and more beautifull.
The video its for show us how we do at home, because at home nobody can see us and its like our world. For me its for indentify us. Because we can compare our own with some people of the video. And for me its logic, the music say that we have to be what we are, if we want to dance ridiculously, no problem.