by Alyssa Pereira, CBS Radio San Francisco

A little bit of rain can’t keep Nate Ruess down.

As the front man of fun., a group known for their pop anthems and roaring choruses, it seems natural that Ruess wouldn’t tone down the energy since stepping out on his own.

Clearly, as the new video for “Great Big Storm” proves, it’ll take more than deluge of water to suppress his enthusiasm, especially when a marching band is involved.

The track is a solid representation of the emotional intensity of Ruess’ songs on the new album, Grand Romantic (out June 16 via Fueled By Ramen), and his giddy mood in the video for “Storm” reiterates what Ruess told in June about the way he was feeling while working on the record.

“I’d say it was just a flow of consciousness,” he said. “I must have just been in a great mood.”

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