If you've ever seen the Fever 333 live then you know that their show is a hyper-kinetic assault on the senses that finds the band members routinely risking life and limb for the sake of revolutionary rock & roll. Capturing that energy on camera is almost impossible, but the politically charged rap-metal trio have given it their all with the new music video for standout single "Wrong Generation," the title cut off their 2020 EP. The song flips a sample of Travis Barker's "Carry It" (featuring RZA, Raekwon and Tom Morello), and the Blink-182 drummer guest-stars in the clip, backing frontman Jason Aalon Butler, who rages hard and defies gravity throughout. Watch the world premiere above.
"We were hoping to make a video that offered a similar energy and excitement to the live element of this Fever 333 project," Butler tells us of the clip, which was directed and produced by Djay Brawner. "I also wanted to give a nod to [Blur's] 'Song 2' one of the coolest music videos ever made. Put these vibes together and we ended up with this ..."
For more Fever 333, check out their riotous NYC live set from May 2019, filmed by Revolver: