Tetrarch is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video for “I’m Not Right,” the first single from the modern metal band’s upcoming sophomore release, Unstable.
Watch the behind the scenes footage below.
“We had a great time shooting the video for ‘I’m Not Right’ with director Scott Hansen,” says guitarist Diamond Rowe. “We told him exactly what we were going for and he was able to help us bring it to life on camera. We really wanted to send a message with this video and it’s great to see that people are really understanding where we were coming from with it. Our buddy Sam Shapiro came out and did all of the behind the scenes shooting and he really nailed it! He did the perfect job of capturing the events of the entire day and how this music video came to be.”
Within a day of its release, “I’m Not Right” was added to Apple Music’s Breaking Hard Rock andBreaking Metal playlists, Spotify’s Adrenaline Workout, New Metal Tracks, New Blood (where TETRARCH was the cover artist), Heavy Gamer, Metal Charge 180 BPM, Loudwire Weekly Wireplaylists, and featured rotation on idobi Radio. The track has also been added to Music Choice and KBear 101 in Idaho. The song is continuing to receive heavy support from Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal since its premiere, where it came in at #12 on Devil’s Dozen after just one day.
In addition to being the first single, “I’m Not Right” was the first song the band wrote for Unstable, which is scheduled for release on October 2.“The intro riff for it came very naturally to us and kicked off the writing process,” guitarist Diamond Rowe previously said. “It was heavy and pissed off sounding, which was super cool and really set the tone for the songs that followed.”
Lyrically, “I’m Not Right” describes a moment when a person looks in the mirror and does not like what is looking back. Instead of dwelling on negativity, “I’m Not Right” is about seeking the drive to change a person’s situation and become the best version of oneself.
Watch the official video for “I’m Not Right” below.