Parachute's latest single 'Hearts Go Crazy' has an infectious hook and poppy instrumentation, but the song is strong enough to shine in an acoustic setting as well, as the band proves in a video premiering exclusively here on PopCrush.

The clip captures the guys as they record a new arrangement of the track powered by acoustic guitars. In this version, Will Anderson gives an earnest performance as he handles the chorus without the layered vocals of the studio recording, singing, "Young hearts go crazy / Just do what you came to do / Let your lovin’ never come down / It belongs to me and you / Young hearts go crazy / With the sound of something new / Young hearts go crazy / Me and you, me and you."

'Hearts Go Crazy' is targeted for the group's upcoming third album. The band is keeping its fans in suspense in terms of an album title and release date, but Anderson did reveal that he has penned a huge number of songs for the record. He tweeted, "Just calculated that I've written 45 songs for this album so far."

Fans can hear 'Hearts Go Crazy' in person when Parachute hit the road with Andy Grammer for a nationwide theater tour starting March 28 in Denver and running through May 17 in Hollywood.