SALISBURY, Md.- The Wicomico County trio that had seemingly overnight online success on Delmarva with their song "Bring on Brady" is back with another Ravens-themed parody.
"Bring on Brady," the "Call Me, Maybe" parody has well over 300,000 views on Youtube and brought the three fans a lot of attention before the AFC Championship game.
"It was almost kind of numbing. I don't really know how to respond to all this. I woke up with a call from ESPN and my mom emailed me saying I was on the Raven's website. I had no idea," said Matt Robins.
ESPN reached out to Robins after the "Bring on Brady" success and now that the group has another song online, the sport's leader has another article on their website about the Delmarva pep band.
"It's been really fun because we've had so many people from different walks of life that have reached out to us on Facebook, from text messages and it has been really neat to connect and connect with other fans," said Sarah Robins, the group's singer.
Fans have been reaching out to the Robin's on their Youtube page requesting songs that they should parody but the Sarah Robins says there is already a new song in the works that could be unveiled next week.
"I think it's going to be good for the girls and anybody in my generation is really going to appreciate it and hopefully some of the younger generation will recognize it as well," said Sarah Robins.
The new song is a parody of "Some Nights" by the band Fun. The group is made up of Matt Robins, his wife Sarah, and his father. All three of them play in local bands that do much more than football themed songs. However, if the team continues their success, we should all expect a few more Ravens tunes in the near future.
Monday, May 20 2013 9:13 AM EDT2013-05-20 13:13:36 GMT
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