Japanese EDM splicing metal outfit Crossfaith dropped their ‘Freedom’ EP back in July, a short release but extra addition for celebration in 2017 alongside it marking a decade long career for the band. Now, they’ve dropped a video for ‘Rockstar Steady’ from the release.
The song features Japanese rapper Jesse, of The Bonez/Rise, and he along with the band are seen chilling out and doing their thing in a scrapyard before heading off to party at a nightclub.
You can stream and watch the video for ‘Rockstar Steady’ below.
Speaking of the song, frontman Kenta Koie says, “‘Rockstar Steady’ is a tribute and challenge to my favourite rockstars. We started Crossfaith about 10 years ago, back when there were so many incredible rockstars, all with their own attitudes. Of course, they weren’t perfect but they felt exciting. That’s what we wanted to capture with this track. I was kind of disappointed with the current rock scene so I wrote this song as an ironic expression of my love for rockstars.”
The band’s new EP, ‘Freedom’, is available now through UNFD.