Experienced music produers and writers, John “Fingazz” Stary and Travis Pavur, have joined considerable forces for Colt .22, an effort that exploits the crossroads where blues, rock and electronic sounds meet. The group already experienced a considerable coup when they place their song “Find Your Pride” in the promo for Showtime’s hit series Billions.

Fingazz, a platinum award certified hip-hop producer, is best known around the globe as one of the few masters of the “talkbox,” which has been featured on records by Snoop Dogg, Mike Posner, Far East Movement, Flo Rida, Tyga, Bryson Tiller, Just Blaze, and many more. His sound can be described as “Future Funk” and his song “Winning” won on So You Think You Can Dance. In contrast, the New Orleans-born Pavur is a rocker through and through. He has recorded and produced countless up and coming rock acts from his own Los Angeles studio, Golden Beat Recording. Currently he is an engineer at the historic Valentine Recording Studios as well, working with acts like Lana Del Rey and Eagles of Death Metal.

Today, Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of premiering the action-heavy music video for the aptly titled “Call To Action,” which follows Los Angeles parkour stunt group Substance Over Hype. It’s got gun fights, martial arts and car chases and is generally bad ass. This is what they had to say about it:

“We wanted this song to get your attention right from the first guitar riff.  The world is about to be a very confusing place, and we’re being systematically dumbed down and made insecure about our ideas and appearance.  “Call To Action” is our anthem to get off your ass and do something, say something, come together and stand for something.” 

Look for a proper album, Freedom/Freewill in August via Elite Frequency Group.

(Visit Colt .22 here:

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/colt22.rocks/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/colt22rocks

Website – https://www.colt22.rocks/

Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9cqU8hkkTEXtRlO_9mBbDg

Itunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/freedom-freewill/id1240477960)

15 thoughts on “Video Premiere: Colt .22, “Call To Action””

  1. this is pretty cool. like the track a lot and the black and white visuals and action are on point

  2. Killer video for an awesome song. The black and white give it that little bit of extra vibe – just the right feel for the song. Last – how can you NOT love some true female badassery, especially when executed so well? Bravo.

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