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WATCH: This Music Video Was Made by the Sons of Obama Officials

General theme: skateboards and Slurpees

The sons of Obama officials are in a boy band called Twenty20, and the music video for their first song “Heart Thief” is now on YouTube, the New York Daily News reports.

Members of Twenty20 are outgoing White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s son Hugo (vocals), U.S. Trade Rep. Mike Froman’s son Ben (guitar), HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan’s son Lucas (bass), and Joey Doyle (drums), the son of Patti Solis Doyle, who was a campaign advisor for both Obama and Hillary Clinton.

In the video, the boys rock out on the D.C. Metro, wander around Union Station, buy candy and Slurpees at 7-11, go skateboarding, and ride their bicycles in the streets.

The band has been together since 2011 and is working on an EP, according to the YouTube description.

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