The Mother Hips Unveil ‘It’s Alright’ Video Featuring Fan Contributions
Nothern California rockers The Mother Hips have developed a close relationship with their fans over the course of the band’s 25-year career. Today, the trio has unveiled video for “It’s Alright,” the lead single from their first new studio album in five years and enlisted some of their fans to contribute.
“It’s Alright” marks the first release from The Mother Hips’ 10th studio album, Chorus, which is due June 8 via Blue Rose Music. The video for the catchy track consists entirely of fan-submitted photos and videos. “Our fans are paramount to everything we do,” said frontman Tim Bluhm in a statement. “We’ve had a great run, and our fans have been so much a part of that. Given this is our first release in some time, it was important to us that they be included in that.”
Watch the video for “It’s Alright” which Relix premiered:
Bluhm, Greg Loiacono and John Hofer began their spring tour on Wednesday in Applegate, Oregon. The three-piece is joined by Gabe Nelson (CAKE) on bass, keyboardist Jason Crosby (Terrapin Family Band) and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Scheila Gonazalez (Zappa Plays Zappa) for the tour.