Detroit rockers Wilson have just dropped the remix for “Fuck Up My High” featuring labelmate Hyro The Hero. Listen to the “Fuck Up My High” remix feat. Hyro The Hero HERE. The original track is off of the band’s most recent release Tasty Nasty, which came out this past summer via RED MUSIC.

“When you’re on the come up in our genre, I find it very rare for artists to support other artists even when they are seemingly walking in the same shoes,” states Wilson frontman Chad Nicefield about the collaboration. “Specifically, when artists tour together there’s always a sense of getting the ‘one up’ on your peers. Everyone seems to be vying for that ‘next big thing’ look and seem to forget the reason why we wanted do this…for the music, the fans, to be a part of something bigger than yourself. Not some big dumb rockstar ego. Hyro and WILSON wanted to lead by example and remind our community that what makes Rock N Roll so great is just that, community! So don’t Fuck Up Our High!”

Hyro The Hero adds, “So excited to rock a remix on such a great song. My verse is epic on an epic song. It’s LIT!”

The band is currently on their U.S. headline tour “How To Be A Baller”, bringing their unique brand of f**kery to numerous cities with opening support from labelmate Hyro The Hero. For more information on the bands upcoming tour dates or to purchase tickets visit Wilson’s website HERE.

Produced by the band alongside Scott “The Ninja” Stevens, Tasty Nasty is currently available via all digital retailers and streaming services. Fans can go HERE for more information on the latest release. From the infectious chant of album opener “Dumptruck” to the reflective introspection of closer “Everyone Gets A Round On Me,” it is apparent that Wilson has not lost their ability to tell a great story. Songs like “My Hustle,”  “Summertime Treat (Tasty Nasty)” and “Fuck Up My High” all showcase the diverse musical styles Wilson incorporates in to their latest album. The debut single “Like A Baller” is already an instant classic among the band’s devoted faithful. The song has been gaining traction at Active Rock radio and has been creating a stir on the band’s Spotify page with monthly listens increasing exponentially. The video for the song, produced and directed by Raymond Rivard and Chad Nicefield for Tradesmen Films, follows the adventures of a parking valet as he travels the journey of life and can be seen HERE. A lyric video for the song “Dumptruck” was also release and can be seen HERE.


October 25 – Columbus, OH – A&R Bar

October 26 – Greenville, SC – The Firmament

October 29 – Brooklyn, NY – St. Vitus

October 30 – Allentown, PA – GameChangerWorld

October 31 – Washington D.C. – Rock N Roll Hotel

November 1 – Lancaster, PA – Tellus360

November 29 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues^

November 30 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe Live^

December 1 – Sault Ste. Marie, MI – Kewadin Casino Dream Makers Theater^

December 2 – Detroit, MI – The Fillmore^

December 4 – Cleveland, OH – House of Blues^

December 6 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre^

December 7 – Madison, WI – JJO Yelow Snow Ball at the Sylvee^

December 8 – Indianapolis, IN – Piere’s^

December 9 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant^

January 26 – Galveston, TX – ShipRocked*

*festival dates

^Steel Panther direct support dates

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