Darren Criss' band Computer Games dropped the music video for its album's title track, "Lost Boys Life" Thursday morning starring "Stranger Things" star Gaten Matarazzo lip syncing the lyrics as he navigates through his character's somewhat boring lifestyle.

That is until he meets a lonely lady that inspires him to quit his everyday routine for something he loves to do.

"I was living a lonely life until I fell for you. I was living lost boys life, it was all I ever knew," the chorus sings.

The video also showcases scattered live shots from the band's first sold out show in Los Angeles at the Teragram Ballroom where Matarazzo jammed out on stage with his guitar.

"I had a blast performing with Darren at Elsie Fest last year," Matarazzo said. "That was the first time we had ever met and instantly became buddies. When he sent me the treatment to Computer Games' music video, I was like - rock on! I'm in!"

As for the Criss brothers, they weren't even considering another actor to star in their video.

"It was always going to be Gaten," Criss said. "We wrote the entire treatment around him. Thank God he said yes, because otherwise it probably would have just been me, running around in a silly wig, trying to be Gaten."

Criss will star as Andrew Cunanan in "American Crime Story Versace." Season 2 of "Stranger Things" returns to Netflix Oct. 27.

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