Hollywood Undead debut new track & video “Wild In These Streets”

Hollywood Undead

Platinum-certified quintet Hollywood Undead have shared a brand new track and music video “Wild In These Streets,” out now via BMG.

The furious new song and stylized video gives fans a decidedly different side of the band’s new music, when compared to the previous release of “CHAOS”, both from the  yet to be announced forthcoming album, this time embracing the their rise from the wild streets of Los Angeles.
The video features photogrpaphy from the archives of the band’s own Funny Man, arranged in a clever lyric-driven ode to a time when the band were running “Wild In These Streets”.

On the new track, Johnny 3 Tears shares: “‘Wild In These Streets’ is a song about growing up in LA when we were kids and that environment, it was like a tinder box. We wanted to capture the bleakness but also the vibrancy underneath that.”

Formed in 2005, Hollywood Undead have inched towards mainstream dominance under the radar with unprecedented success for a modern band. Preceding the current playlist-hopping genre-less boom, they defied stylistic boundaries from day one. Integrating rap, rock, and electronic, the seminal 2008 debut Swan Songs went platinum. 2011’s gold-selling American Tragedy bowed at #4 on the Billboard Top 200 with Notes from the Underground soaring to #2 in 2013. Day of the Dead (2015) and Five (2017) brought the group’s total streams past 1 billion and New Empire Vol 1 & Vol 2 saw their combined streams across Spotify and YouTube hit a staggering 2 billion.