Everyone knows that Steve Harrington from “Stranger Things” is on the top of our love lists as of right now. In the first season, Steve was a total D-bag who treated Nancy like crap. He was controlling, manipulating and totally a jerk about Nancy’s anxiety about Barb missing. But, towards the end of Season One when he realizes there’s a lot of danger in their town, he seems to have a change of heart. Fast-forward to Season Two – he’s a totally different person. Steve Harrington went from huge jerk to adorable boyfriend and friend overnight. And, we’re kind of obsessed with him now.
If you need another reason to love Steve Harrington – the Duffer brothers who created Stranger Things said the reason they changed Steve’s character from a total d*ck to a nice guy is that the actor who plays him, Joe Keery, is a really nice and lovable guy. Joe Keery happens to be a fan-favorite of the show as well, as his Instagram photos and social media accounts are just as dreamy as he is. And, to top it all off, he’s in a band.
Keery was the drummer and one of the vocalists in a Chicago-based band called “Post Animal.” For years, he’s been flipping his hair around stages with his friends in an indie-rock band that sounds much like “Tame Impala” (who are amazing, BTW).
📷 | Post Animal se apresentando ontem, no Virgin Hotels, em Chicago. pic.twitter.com/Aab8nWfsdf
— Joe Keery Brasil (@joekeerybrasil) October 15, 2016
— Joe Keery Brasil (@joekeerybrasil) September 13, 2016
As of recently, many have admitted that Joe Keery isn’t as active in the band as he once was – seeing as his acting career has sky-rocketed since Stranger Things debuted. But, it’s still giving him major points in my book. A guy who’s good looking with great hair in a band? AND he’s a nice guy? Win/win/win. Plus, their music is actually really good – and you should check it out on Spotify, Apple Music or whatever other streaming service y’all have.
The band is also going on tour – without Joe – but, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t grab yourself some tickets while you can. The music is great and his five other bandmates are talented AF. And, who knows, maybe since they’re not filming ATM, Joe could make a guest appearance.
since Stranger Things 2 is at its peak right now, i think its a good time to promote Joe Keery’s band, Post Animal pic.twitter.com/i1KhMmR3Q9
— Isabel Perrault (@IZZY_mcguire_) November 3, 2017
So I recently found out that @joe_keery who plays Steve in stranger things has a band called Post Animal and my god they are good
— Mark McKenna (@_MarkMcKenna_) December 3, 2016
every guy in joe keery's band is my type & it's comically stupid how predictable this is pic.twitter.com/HRqnUVfIYT
— Ashley. (@sassafras_ash) October 23, 2017
Just realized I saw Joe Keery's (Steve Harrington from stranger things) band post animal play here in Boone HOLY FUCKING SHIT
— Grab A Stone™ (@Marknadofuckyou) June 29, 2017
ok. joe keery from stranger things is so fucking cool he's in a band called Post Animal n their sound is inspired by tame impala and ty segall blesshttps://t.co/50uX5Rxg7R
— laila (@thebuttrtones) October 29, 2017
still in shock that a band i have been listening to since before stranger things has JOE KEERY in it on guitar… A) of course joe keery is in a band B) wtf
— tela™ (@tlmyrs) November 9, 2017
Post Animal – The Garden Series
joe keery’s band, fucking amazing band, LISTEN TO THEM !!!!!
• when I get home
• lonely jones pic.twitter.com/RVjEnW10nR
— chiara 🙁 (@famesviolet) October 24, 2017
HOW DID I NOT KNOW JOE KEERY WAS IN A PSYCHEDELIC ROCK BAND WOW MY MANS
— kri (@_kjalo) November 13, 2017
y'all don't realize that joe keery from stranger things has a band and he's coming to spokane. that's neat as fuck
— kayley🐉 (@itmenug) May 18, 2017
I JUST FOUND OUT @joe_keery IS IN POST ANIMAL!!! I have so much respect n love for this dude like damn he's cool and nice and plays in such a sweet band!!!
— So no head? *throws phone* *breaks skateboard* (@sinxali) November 11, 2017
I just watched a music vid of Joe and his band post animal and they REALLY ROCK!!!!!!!!
— Tamara smith (@Tams_piano) August 8, 2017