- California aims to strengthen data breach notification law Thursday 5:37 PM
- Feds say college student operated drug business through gaming app Thursday 4:36 PM
- Trump is again using old videos to claim his border wall is ‘under construction Thursday 4:05 PM
- Laura Loomer led a second protest at Twitter yesterday Thursday 3:37 PM
- The eyes have it in these ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ memes Thursday 2:13 PM
- Facebook let advertisers target users interested in infamous Nazis Thursday 1:58 PM
- Dem senator promises to put net neutrality on the ‘political hot seat’ in coming months Thursday 1:28 PM
- Someone figured out that Toothless from ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ looks just like Bulbasaur Thursday 12:44 PM
- Disturbing Snapchat video shows 17-year-old throwing dog on trampoline Thursday 12:16 PM
- How to watch the new Bon Appetit channel for free Thursday 12:03 PM
- Eminem disses Netflix for canceling ‘The Punisher’ Thursday 11:50 AM
- Florida prisons sued for depriving inmates of music they paid for Thursday 11:36 AM
- Chris Hemsworth will become Hulk Hogan for Netflix biopic Thursday 11:29 AM
- Fortnite just introduced a K-Pop skin, and here’s how to unlock it Thursday 11:06 AM
- The YouTuber who exposed the site’s ‘softcore pedophile ring’ is under attack Thursday 10:39 AM
There isn’t much that ABBA doesn’t improve. Just ask Austin Weber. He said he and his girlfriend had planned to visit Japan before she broke up with him, and instead of not going at all, he invited his dad to be his travel buddy. But this wasn’t just a father-son bonding trip; it was an homage to being “broken-hearted” a la “Mamma Mia.”
For his one-man music video, Weber—with the filming help of his dad—sings the iconic song all around Kyoto. Whether he’s standing in a river, at the top of a mountain, or exploring the streets of the city, Weber is committed to belting out ABBA no matter where he is or what everybody else is doing around him—and some of them certainly appear to wonder.
With some low-tech touches and an electronic melody, it might end up being the kind of cathartic release we’ve all been looking for.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.