Premiere: Watch (HED) P.E. take cameras into solitary confinement in the visual for “Overdue”

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in From The Artist on December 3, 2020

The track appears on the band’s 12th studio album ‘Class of 2020’ and marks their 20th anniversary of the band’s breakthrough album, ‘Broke’

Genre-bending vets (HED) P.E. have shared their most recent visual for the track “Overdue” from their 12th studio full-length, Class of 2020.

2020 marks a milestone for the band as they commemorate the 29th anniversary of tthe album that launched their career in, Broke.

For Class of 2020, the band’s frontman Jared Gomes reconnected with former members DJ Product and the band’s OG guitarist Chad “Chizad” Benekos to capture of the magic (HED) initially managed to bottle.

The raw, uninhibited aggression that propelled the band into stardom is again on display some 20 years later as Class of 2020 suggest the band has only gotten better with age.

As for the track “Overdue,” the more somber selection hold personal weight for the band’s frontman Jared Gomes. “I wrote this track for a local film company here in Boise, Idaho; for the closing credits. The movie was filmed at The Old Boise Penitentiary and the story was based on the hauntings at the prison. 

We shot the entire video in the solitary confinement room where men have died.  ‘Overdue’ took on a much more personal note.  The song and video are about insecurity and depression.”

Watch the visual for “Overdue” from (HED) P.E. below. Class of 2020 is currently available on Suburban Noize Records – HERE


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