After more than a year of the concert industry being shut down, the pajama-wearing music maverick Muck Sticky has teamed up with legendary Eagles Of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes (aka Boots Electric) for a music video that gives tribute to concert production staff whose jobs have been put on hold since last March. In what most would call an odd pairing, these two colorful characters capture the essence of what everyone in the music world is feeling right now; It’s time to play live shows again.

Watch Music Video below:

The upbeat rock-pop sound of “Stir Crazy” makes you want to dance, and the lyrics are exactly what you would expect from a collaboration between Hughes and Muck. Having documented most of the collaborative process on their Instagram profiles (@fatherbadass & @mucksticky ), fans who have heard the track are calling it the catchiest song of the year.

The music video will premiere Friday, March 19th, on Muck’s official YouTube channel, YouTube.com/MuckStickyTV. The song will land on all streaming platforms the same day. They’ve also announced that Muck Sticky will be direct support on the next Eagles
of Death Metal tour. Dates will be announced soon.

Along with the “Stir Crazy” music video, Culturally Obsessed filmed “The Making of Stir Crazy”, a behind-the-scenes intimate look of the making of the music video. Watch the mini-doc below:

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