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FELLOW ROBOT TAP INTO THEIR PROPHESIED ROBOT FUTURE IN AMAZING NEW ANIMATED VIDEO FOR “TOOLS OF WAR” (DIRECTED BY MICHELLE AND JUSTINE PREBICH)

Southern California indie rock group Fellow Robot have just unveiled an incredible new animated music video for their song, “Tools of War.” The video, which premiered on Bring the Noise, features a stunning animated narrative of the titular “Fellow Robot” as he rallies against the oppressive “foe bots.” Bring the Noise has called the video “your new favorite music video…the best thing you’ve seen all year.” The video can be seen here.

“The video for [”Tools Of War”] is a stunning masterpiece that Michelle and Justine Prebich have carefully crafted,” says vocalist Anthony Pedroza. “This is the first glimpse of Fellow Robot, the character on station FR29 where he is uploading his memories through music to save humanity. We hope you enjoy!”

As for the song itself, Pedroza says, “’This is the first song Luis, Jon and I worked on together. Little did we know, nearly two years later, that it would be released on our debut album and be the first of 50-plus songs that Fellow Robot has produced. We are excited to re-release it with the talents of Michael Adams on lead guitar.”

“Tools of War” is featured on Fellow Robot’s debut concept album, The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1, which is out now. Volumes 2 and 3 are expected to follow later this year, which will bring further light to the band’s futuristic indie sci-fi drama. A vinyl version of Volume 1 will become available soon via Seattle based Porchlight Records.

“[The Robots Guide To Music] was a really fun and amazing body of music to record,” says drummer and main collaborator Luis, who also performs as “Ringo” in Beatles tribute band Britain’s Finest. “We worked with some of Long Beach’s best musicians and it was always a treat to be in studio, have a drink or two, and share stories. The recording part was a breeze—when you have musicians that know what they’re doing, all you really gotta do is set up a mic, and let them go at it. We actually recorded 30+ songs (the rest for Volumes 2 and 3), so there was a lot of time in studio.”

To stay current with all things Fellow Robot be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4J7v1YXVZNAjo5wloE8MOf?si=NISWbcp5S1qtVAhWEAU93A

The Robot’s Guide to Music Vol. 1 on iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-robots-guide-to-music-vol-1/1390012520

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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