Detroit rockers Wilson have just released the “Karaoke Carpool” styled music video for their “F*ck Up My High” remix featuring labelmate Hyro The Hero. Watch the music video, which premiered yesterday on High Times TV, HERE.
“Being able to team up with the legendary High Times and our friends at Heavy Grass to deliver this visual f*ckery is an honor to say the least,” states vocalist Chad Nicefield. Sit back, grab some of your best buds (and some friends too!) and enjoy the debaucherous ride around Los Angeles, as we pick up strangers and give em a lil Taste of our Nastiness.”
“F*ck Up My High” is off of the band’s full-length album, Tasty Nasty, released this past summer via RED MUSIC. The album was produced by the band and Scott “The Ninja” Stevens (American Authors, Shinedown, Sick Puppies). Fans can purchase and stream Tasty NastyHERE.
Wilson is gearing up to hit the road supporting Steel Panther for a handful of dates starting on May 25th in Nashville, TN and wrapping on June 2nd in Pittsburgh. For more information on the bands upcoming tour dates or to purchase tickets visit Wilson’swebsite HERE.
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 “F*ck Up My High” all showcase the diverse musical styles Wilson incorporates in to their latest album. The debut single “Like A Baller” is an instant classic among the band’s devoted faithful. 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. Fans can also check out the ATARI inspired lyric video for the song “Dumptruck” was also released and can be seen HERE.