The L.A. punks in FIDLAR know how to make a memorable music video. Most of you may recall their video for “Cocaine,” which was basically Nick Offerman just getting drunk and peeing on everything with incredible range and accuracy. Well, now the dudes are back with a new album on the horizon, Too, dropping on September 4, as well as a new single, “40oz On Repeat.” And the new video for the track is one that you will probably like, simply because it hosts low-budget remakes of some of the greatest music videos of all time.
The clip serves as a video jukebox (but not THAT video jukebox), with FIDLAR remaking some of the most memorable visuals ever from the likes of Green Day, Weezer, Missy Elliott, Beastie Boys, Devo, and more. We don’t want to give them all away, but the attention to detail here is incredibly impressive. The only thing it was missing was maybe a Michael Jackson homage, maybe Nirvana, or Bjork. Okay, this is just going to lead down a rabbit hole of debating what are the best music videos ever. FIDLAR did a fine job on their own — no need to nitpick.