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INJURY RESERVE Wants To See You Sweat – New Music Video

Phoenix, AZ trio, INJURY RESERVE, have released a brand new track from their upcoming EP, called “See You Sweat.” The single follows the release of their last release “North Pole.” “See You Sweat” dives back in to the roots of what Injury Reserve fans know from the band — a track with a slapping beat, punchy bars and visuals to match their eclectic sound, which the boys call “blue collar rap.” The video, written and directed by the band, is a scene straight out of a Seth Rogen/Judd Apattow house party script — illicit, dark and giving you all the FOMO for a Monday. Watch it here now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6Bj-yueOG8

Consisting of rappers Ritchie With A T, Stepa J. Groggs and producer Parker Corey, Injury Reserve, have had fans eagerly anticipating their upcoming project, Drive It Like It’s Stolen. The new EP follows the band’s critically acclaimed sophomore EP, FLOSS (2016) and debut project Live From The Dentist Office (2015).

WATCH “SEE YOU SWEAT” HERE: 
https://youtu.be/M6Bj-yueOG8

Fans will be able to catch the band play live this Fall on the recently announced Complex Con line up happening Los Angeles, CA in November. The band, who grew from a space of playing underground DIY shows in college dorm rooms, have been perfecting their unapologetically brash and energetic live performance set up. The festival booking follows the band’s recent tour with Ho99o9 earlier this summer.

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