Tom Morello and grandson have premiered the video for their collaborative song “Hold the Line.”
The black-and-white clip finds the Rage Against the Machine guitarist rocking out with the “Blood//Water” artist in the corner of a small room. The claustrophobic, punk-rock vibe reflects the political message of the song, which, as grandson explains, takes its title from the “union rally cry for anyone experiencing backlash for standing their ground.”
You can watch the “Hold the Line” video streaming now on YouTube.
“Hold the Line” appears on Morello’s new solo album The Atlas Underground Fire, which dropped last week. The record also includes guest spots from artists including Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder, Bruce Springsteen, Bring Me the Horizon and Phantogram.
Grandson, meanwhile, can also be heard in the new The Suicide Squad movie, which features his single “Rain” with Jessie Reyez.
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