SEE: FEVER 333 release gravity-defying visual for ‘Wrong Generation’

credit: Daniel Rojas

INGLEWOOD, California-bred rap-rockers FEVER 333 have unleashed an explosive new visual spectacle for the title track to their 2020 EP, Wrong Generation.

Directed by Djay Brawner, the video sees frontman Jason Aalon Butler fly around an empty living room whilst Travis Barker smashes the absolute hell out of his drum kit; what could be more punk rock?

With nuanced (or maybe not) references to the subject matter of their astounding EP (read our review here!) about police brutality, the energy in the room is truly astronomical.

Jason Aalon Butler spoke about the video, telling Revolver:

“We were hoping to make a video that offered a similar energy and excitement to the live element of this FEVER 333 project. I also wanted to give a nod to ‘Song 2’, one of the coolest music videos ever made. Put these vibes together and we ended up with this.”

Watch the video below and follow FEVER 333 on Spotify, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and at their website.

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