Los Angeles garage punk band FIDLAR (short for "Fuck It Dog, Life's A Risk") shared a music video for their song "Why Generation" earlier today. Watch above.
The music video uses a creative approach through an interactive, emoji-exclusive universe. It starts off with drummer Max Kuehn indulging in a burrito and watching his music video on his iPhone. We are then taken inside his phone into a world composed of emoji houses, streets, animals, and faces that any frequent iPhone user would be familiar with.
Halfway through the music video, the well-known "10% low battery" message comes up, which Max dismisses. At the end of the music video, the band puts on a show. Concert-goers get up on stage and attempt to take a selfie, but the band knocks the phone out of their hands.
"Why Generation" is a stimulating song with grungy vocals, energized drums, and thrilling guitar riffs. While the lyrics may be simple and repetitive, they're straight forward and consistent.
For FIDLAR's latest tour dates, music, and news check out their Zumic artist page.
Source: FIDLAR YouTube