The Brothers Johnson were centered around George and Louis Johnson and began as a backing band before signing with A&M Records in 1975. The group immediately became successful, and had 4 consecutive platinum LPs between 1976 - 1980. They also scored 4 top 40 hits (and had 11 top 40 singles in the R&B charts).
Part of their success was likely due to having the smarts or good fortune to work with Quincy Jones. Mr. Jones produced the band's first four albums, co-wrote a few songs, and helped the group collaborate with songwriters such as Rod Temperton and Michael Jackson. We should all be so lucky.
The video for "Stomp" is pretty standard pre-MTV stuff, and shows the brothers playing and driving in their car while people dance. The song seems to be channeling old Kool & the Gang; I particularly dig the bass solo at 2:30. "Stomp" ended up being the band's last big hit at #7, while the album Light Up the Night reached #5. After a less successful album in 1981, the brothers split up, although they have reunited several times through the years.