The Internet’s “Roll (Burbank Funk)” Is One Motherfunking Chromatic Video

Time to groove in the rainbow

Photo: Alan Lear

LA quintet The Internet throws a chromatic party of groovy funk in their new video “Roll (Burbank Funk)” where we see the five channeling their 70s spirit in an isolated rehearsal or studio space. Directed by Joe Weil (Kendrick Lamar, YG, Schoolboy Q), “Roll (Burbank Funk)” transports you to a dark dimension where the quintet bring the splash of color with their boogie – just like how music always adds color to a mundane day:

“Roll (Burbank Funk)” is the band’s first new song since their 2015’s Grammy-nominated album Ego Death. They have shows coming up this summer, so go see them:

North America 2018

4/28 – Cesar Chavez Plaza (Sacramento, CA, USA)

7/20 – Pitchfork Festival (Chicago, IL, USA)

7/21 – FYF (Los Angeles, CA, USA)

8/10-13 – Outside Lands (San Francisco, CA, USA)

8/25-26 – Afropunk (Brooklyn, NY, USA)

10/13-14 – Afropunk (Atlanta, GA, USA)

Europe 2018

6/1 – Primavera Festival (Barcelona, Spain)

6/3 – We Love Green (Paris, France)

6/5 – Gloria (Cologne, Germany)

6/6 – Uebel&Gefahrlich (Hamburg, Germany)

6/9 – Best Kept Secret Festival (Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands)

6/10 – Parklife Festival (Manchester, UK)

7/13-14 – Lovebox (London, UK)

7/13-15 – Melt Festival (Grafenhainichen, Germany)

7/13-15 – Longitude (Dublin, Ireland)