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If you were wondering what the frontman of '80s Canadian rock back Loverboy is up to these days, the answer is second guessing the lyrics to "Working for the Weekend" in an ad for job listings site Indeed.com.
Mike Reno anchors the commercial—from ad agency Sleek Machine, with 30-, 45- and 60-second cuts—explaining that, thanks to the recruitment company, more people are happy being at the office. (The short version is punchier, but the longer ones have the sharper kicker—that now, the right idea would be "more like everybody's really enjoying their time at work, and when the weekend comes, that's fine too.")
The band, for its part, is still working (for whatever reason), with a new album out last year, and tour dates scheduled through October.