At least NKOTB aren't pretending they're still in any way hip:
So you'll forgive Jordan Knight, of the newly reunited senior citizens of boy-band-dom, New Kids on the Block, when he speaks of a "new CD" coming out in the fall, or of the band's new single called "Summertime" that's "climbing the charts." It's quaint, but somewhat antiquated language.
"Wait! Do they even have 'charts' anymore?" chimes in Donnie Wahlberg. "No, it's 'we put our song into a computer bank. And you can go download it onto your — your not Walkman."
(From here, wherein the Kids talk to that almost equally middle aged guy at MTV. The one who isn't Kurt Loder.)
So speaking of Summertime, here we go:
Oh, man. I kind of love it. Most especially I love the half-hearted attempt of choreography at the end. It's very, "Look, we know we have to dance, that's what the kids expect. Damn kids with their rock and roll turned up too loud. Get off my lawn!" On second thought, maybe they should have just stuck with the New Kids Dance.