Everyone hates lost luggage, but fun. have a surprisingly good attitude about dealing with a missing suitcase in their new video for "Why Am I the One," a track from Some Nights. The Grammy-winning rockers come up empty at baggage claim, and traverse the city looking forlorn but certainly not enraged. The suitcase trials them through dumpsters and motorcycle rides, eventually showing up at their doorstep. The band is thrilled, and when they open their luggage, out pop their instruments with a hint of magic. That's one special suitcase.This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Fun. Wonder 'Why Am I the One'
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