Issues have dropped a video for their new song “Flexin” that shows that features a star from RuPaul’s Drag Race. 

The video stars Farrah Moan, also known as former Myspace scene kid Cameron Ugh, from Drag Race and shows frontman Tyler Carter as an old man. 

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The new song is a pop-sounding funk track with a melody that is bound to get stuck in your head. 

"I was burned out from writing the album," Carter said about the track. "We had written and revised 30+ songs and I just had no juice. I wanted to goof around and have fun in my writing session, so I started freestyling about my current financial situation. When my band heard the song, they were amped. We made it Issues' style and our team loved how fun and different this song was. It's definitely the black sheep of our album."

After the song dropped, Issues tweeted about people who are criticizing the song for straying away from the band’s traditional sound. 

Y’all need to pop a molly or a have a shot of tequila and lighten up! Trying to have some fun a midst a very stressful two years of working. We are beyond stoked for this album, there’s a little for everyone here. Love you all! Thanks for the hype! Ps jk don’t do drugs,” the tweet read. 

You can check out the brand new video for “Flexin” below.

Next Friday, Issues will drop their new album Beautiful Oblivion via Rise Records. You can see the track list below and preorder it here.

Beautiful Oblivion track list
  1. "Here's To You"
  2. "Drink About It"
  3. "Find Forever"
  4. "Tapping Out"
  5. "Without You"
  6. "Rain"
  7. "Downfall"
  8. "Second Best"
  9. "Get It Right"
  10. "Flexin"
  11. "No Problem (Keep It Alive)"
  12. "Your Sake"

13." Beautiful Oblivion"

Issues will also be embarking on a headlining tour this November with Polyhpia, Lil Aaron and Sleep Token. You can see the full list of dates below. 


11/07 — Oklahoma City, OK — Diamond Ballroom
11/08 — San Antonio, TX — The Aztec Theater
11/09 — Houston, TX — House Of Blues
11/10 — Dallas, TX — House Of Blues
11/12 — Albuquerque, NM — Sunshine Theater
11/13 — Phoenix, AZ — The Pressroom
11/14 — Los Angeles, CA — The Mayan
11/15 — San Diego, CA — House Of Blues
11/16 — Sacramento, CA — Ace Of Spades
11/17 — San Francisco, CA — Regency Ballroom
11/18 — Portland, OR — Crystal Ballroom
11/19 — Seattle, WA — Showbox at The Market
11/20 — Boise, ID — Revolution
11/22 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Depot
11/23 — Denver, CO — Summit Music Hall
11/25 — Lawrence, KS — The Granada
11/26 — Des Moine, IA — Wooly’s
11/27 — Minneapolis, MN — Varsity
11/29 — Cleveland, OH — House Of Blues
11/30 — Grand Rapids, MI — Elevation

12/01 — Chicago, IL — House Of Blues
12/02 — Detroit, MI — St. Andrews Hall
12/03 — Toronto, ON — Opera House
12/04 — Montreal, QC — Club Soda
12/06 — New York City, NY — Gramercy
12/07 — Worcester, MA — The Palladium
12/08 — Philadelphia, PA — TLA

12/09 — New York City, NY — Gramercy
12/10 — New Haven, CT — Toad’s Place
12/11 — Reading, CA — Reverb
12/12 — Baltimore, MD — Baltimore Soundstage
12/13 — Charlotte, NC — Underground
12/14 — Atlanta, GA — Buckhead Theater
12/15 — Lake Buena Vista, FL — House Of Blues

What do you think of the funky new song from Issues? Sound off in the comments down below!

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