Tenacious D have released the new song “Video Games,” produced by John Spiker. On the track, Jack Black sings about how he doesn’t play video games… except for God of War, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Fallout 4. At the song’s close, Black says, “That it; that’s the one. It’s on the album.” Find the “Video Games” video below.
In a statement about “Video Games,” Black and Kyle Gass said: “It’s about growing up and leaving childish things behind…. But then realizing that video games are more than just mindless toys…. In fact, they can be a true expression of huge ideas that belong in the pantheon of great works of art! It’s about time someone defended the honor and integrity of this bold new horizon. Leave it to the greatest band in the world… Tenacious D!!!”
Tenacious D’s most recent album, Post-Apocalypto, came out in November 2018.
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