New York Punk Band Oxymorrons Share New Video For “Definition” From Latest EP ‘Mohawks & Durags’

Since releasing their stellar new EP Mohawks & Durags back in September, New York City-based punk band Oxymorrons have shared the new music video for the hard-hitting single “Definition” featuring Fever 333 frontman Jason Aalon.

Filmed and edited by Atlanta-based videographer Michael Danners, the “Definition” video is a bold visual blend of NYC punk rock and hip-hop, perfectly capturing the band’s energy and influences, and the song’s rebellious essence. 

“Definition” has a profoundly personal message for Oxymorrons, who explained, “This song is an anthem for the people who refuse to be boxed in by society’s status quo. For the individual who fights to stand up and stand out. The definition of the undefined. Repping New York till we die while giving you the biggest soaring hook we could imagine. The Alt-scene is changing and evolving. It’s a microcosm of the global revolution we are currently experiencing. Every revolution needs a soundtrack. We are proud to provide one of the frequencies to said soundtrack; that not only defines us, but also many others! This is bigger than Oxymorrons. This is about the long overdue but necessary evolution that guitar driven music needs! What doesn’t evolve becomes extinct and we refuse to let a musical art form our ancestors architected, be stifled into extinction.”

333 Wreckords Crew label owner and collaborator Jason Aalon added, “I feel this track is an unabashed statement about who this band are as POC people in a musical and cultural space that at one point required you to squeeze yourself within its constructs to be recognized thus abandoning other outside cultural nuances that would inherently make your involvement more unique. To me that would be genuinely alternative. Oxymorrons are the New Testament to the destruction of such constructs and THAT is TRULY alternative.”

Turn it to 11 and watch the music video below. Oxymorrons will be on tour with Neck Deep this fall (dates further past).

Tour dates:

Nov 4 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN~
Nov 5 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA~
Nov 6 – Hard Rock Live Orlando – Orlando, FL~
Nov 8 – Bomb Factory – Dallas, TX~
Nov 10 – The Marquee – Phoenix, AZ~
Nov 11 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA~
Nov 12 – The Glass House – Pomona, CA~
Nov 13 – The Fremont – San Luis Obispo, CA~
Nov 14 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA~
Nov 16 – McMenamins Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR~
Nov 17 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA~
Nov 20 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 21 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO~
Nov 22 – The Truman – Kansas City, MO~
Nov 23 – Radius – Chicago, IL~
Nov 24 – Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis, MN~
Nov 26 – Red Flag – St. Louis, MO~
Nov 27 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI~
Nov 28 – Agora Theatre & Ballroom – Cleveland, OH~
Nov 30 – The Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada~
Dec 1 – The Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, Canada~
Dec 2 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA~
Dec 3 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ~
Dec 4 – Franklin Music Hall – Philadelphia, PA~
Dec 6 – The Fillmore Charlotte – Charlotte, NC~
Dec 7 – The Norva – Norfolk, VA~
Dec 8 – Rams Head Live! – Baltimore, MD~
Dec 10 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY~
Dec 11 – Palladium – Worcester, MA~
Jan 23 – 27 – Shiprocked – departs from Galveston, TX