September 24, 2022

Koe Wetzel has unleashed the music video for “Cash Spent,” a monitor off of his fifth studio album, Hell Paso, which additionally arrives in the present day (September sixteenth). After vanquishing zombies throughout the apocalypse within the music video for “Creeps,” Wetzel steps again to showcase the fast-paced lifetime of an artist who’s persevering with to pioneer his option to stardom together with his distinct model.

The Northeast Texas musician doesn’t pigeonhole himself into one style, however as a substitute combines sounds to construct an artist that takes his Texas roots and melds them with grunge and nation kinds. This strategy is in full impact with “Cash Spent,” because the opening portion of the monitor sees Wetzel in a somber state, each in lyrics and a heavy-hearted guitar.

Within the new video, Wetzel lights a examine on fireplace with a coronary heart written on it earlier than chopping to a stadium shot. As a lot as he’s pained by an individual from his previous, he begins to appreciate there are extra necessary issues he has to deal with. “I bought higher issues to do/ Than backtrack approach again once you liked me,” he sings. However that somberness is interrupted by a sound of triumph, as a gritty, grunge sound creates an uplifting sense of shifting ahead.

The video regularly cuts again to the burning examine, whereas together with fast snapshots of life on tour, studio classes, and meet-ups with Snoop Dogg and Kodak Black. “Cash Spent” isn’t meant to be a braggadocious monitor or video, however somewhat a reminder for himself that as a star within the making, there’s an excessive amount of good in his current and future to be involved in regards to the previous.

Get an unique first take a look at the video for Koe Wetzel’s “Cash Spent” under, adopted by his breakdown of the influences behind the monitor and video.

Koe Wetzel simply kicked off a prolonged US tour that stretches into early December. Tickets can be found to buy right here.


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