Multi-platinum selling group Far East Movement (aka FM) premiered the much-anticipated music video for “Jello” today through VEVO. The hypnotic high-energy hard-hitting “Jello” (co-produced by The Stereotypes and FM and featuring Rye Rye) serves as the first song off of Dirty Bass, FM’s hot sophomore album out this spring.
Far East Movement’s maverick exploration of the bass end of the spectrum and pioneering club sound has incurred the wrath of self-described ‘music purity advocacy group’ Ban Low-frequency Oscillating Woofers or B.L.O.W. The B.L.O.W. (http://www.bloworg.org) organization has filed a petition denouncing FM’s low-frequency-powered music. Cherrytree Records released an official statement in response: “While we respect B.L.O.W.’s right to their opinion, we at Cherrytree…support Far East Movement’s right to create in the low frequency spectrum and appeal to everyone to please join us in opposing B.L.O.W.’s stance by backing Far East Movement’s right to artistic, sub-bass expression, banging new track “Jello” and forthcoming new Cherrytree album Dirty Bass.”
The “Jello” music video, directed by Matt Alonzo, shows FM infiltrating a press conference for the B.L.O.W. organization. FM, in disguise, sneak into the conference and turn it into a Dirty Bass celebration demonstrating why a ban on Low-frequency bass is absurd, and convert the B.L.O.W. organizers into bass supporters. The video features cameos from comedian Andy Milonakis and multi-talented Jay Park along with the song’s guest vocalist, dance-rap sensation Rye Rye.
2011, was an amazing breakthrough year for FM with two Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 songs (Like A G6, Rocketeer), multiple award nominations, national TV performances and big tours with superstars Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, LMFAO and cutting edge acts La Roux, Robyn and Kelis.
2012, the band returns with Dirty Bass, a dynamic universal party sound that furthers the ‘808’ heavy bass, dance and electronic blends that bring booming trunk bass to international dance floors. FM shaped the Dirty Bass sound with producers The Stereotypes and assistance from RedOne, David Guetta, Bangladesh, Dallas Austin and Martin “Cherry Cherry Boom Boom” Kierszenbaum. Far East Movement are kicking off the year on the CherryTree Pop Alternative tour visiting Canada the beginning of February before hitting Europe to tour through March.
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