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KennyHoopla Drops “MARRY KILL F*CK//” Video Ft. Travis Barker

KennyHoopla Summer 2023

Following the release of KennyHoopla’s 3-track capsule project with frequent collaborator and friend, Travis Barker, the emerging artist has issued the official music video for the project’s standout single, “MARRY KILL F*CK//.”

“MARRY KILL F*CK//” captures the very essence of KennyHoopla‘s unbridled energy and contagious punk-rock spirit. With clever references and innuendos scattered throughout, the song playfully nods to Barker’s bandmate Tom DeLonge with the line, “And everyone is recommending me their therapist/They believe in God/But don’t believe in aliens.” This song truly exemplifies KennyHoopla‘s uninhibited and electrifying musical style, making it a must-listen for fans of the genre.

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Of the full project release, Kenny shares, “We just made this one day on tour – was just fcking around being dumb in the studio and this is what came out of it. A lot of this song was initially freestyled so it made sense for the video to have the same vibrancy and spirit as well, I think, haha. We shot the video in about 30 mins, I’d say, and then went to soundcheck hahaha – turned out rad as fck.”

Check out KennyHoopla and Travis Barker’s infectious “MARRY KILL F*CK//” below.

Following several support slots alongside blink-182, KennyHoopla is currently gearing up to support Limp Bizkit for a handful of dates overseas. KennyHoopla is also set to appear at a number of festivals including Ohio’s Is For Lovers Festival date in Cincinnati and back-to-back performances at When We Were Young Festival in Las Vegas. Check out his full touring schedule below and grab tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • Aug. 12—Leeds, UK @ The Piece Hall^^
  • Aug. 13—London, UK @ Gunnersbury Park^^
  • Aug. 17—M4 Frequency Festival in St. Poelten, Austria
  • Aug. 18—Biddinghuizen, Netherlands @ Lowlands Festival
  • Aug. 19—Charleville-Mézières, France @ Le Cabaret Vert Festival
  • Aug. 20—Hasselt, Belgium @ Pukkelpop Festival in Hasselt
  • Aug. 26—Reading & Leeds Festival, UK
  • Aug. 27—Reading & Leeds Festival, UK
  • Sept. 9—Cincinnati, OH @ Ohio Is For Lovers Festival
  • Sept. 27—Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club*
  • Sept. 29—New York, NY @ Webster Hall*
  • Sept. 30—Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club*
  • Oct. 1—Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts*
  • Oct. 4—Toronto, ON, CAN @ The Opera House*
  • Oct. 6—Chicago, IL @ Metro*
  • Oct. 7—Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line*
  • Oct. 10—Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre*
  • Oct. 11—Salt Lake City, UT @ Soundwell*
  • Oct. 13—Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom*
  • Oct. 14—Vancouver, BC, CAN @ Fortune Soundclub*
  • Oct. 15—Seattle, WA @ The Showbox*
  • Oct. 18—San Francisco, CA @ Bimbo’s 365 Club*
  • Oct. 20—San Diego, CA @ Music Box*
  • Oct. 21—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival
  • Oct. 22—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Festival
  • Oct. 24—Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda Theatre*
  • Oct. 25—Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole*
  • Oct. 27—Austin, TX @ Scoot In*
  • Oct. 28—Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall*
  • Oct. 31—Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West*
  • Nov. 2—Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum*
  • Nov. 3—Orlando, FL @ The Abbey*

^^Supporting Limp Bizkit
*With support from Groupthink

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