NEWS: The Zealots Pay Tribute to "Chips the Fish" in BlankTV Video Premiere

August 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

(August 27, 2015 - Bettendorf, IA) - Rock quartet The Zealots released a mesmerizing lyric video for their song "Chips the Fish" on BlankTV. The title is a reference to their band pet that met an untimely demise.

"The video has kind of a dark theme to it and the lyrical content is just as grim," says vocalist Micah Martin. "We had a pet fish for the band and I swallowed him to lighten the mood up a bit. The goal was to puke the fish back up still alive back into the fish bowl (shades of Steve-O), but obviously that didn't work as planned. His name was Chips and we named the song after him in his honor."

In late 2014, the group was the first from Iowa to collaborate with Joey Sturgis and his team at mixingbros.com. The video was shot by Joe Gibbs, edited by Cody Doyle and directed by Micah Martin.

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About The Zealots:

"A zealot is someone that feels strongly about a belief... The concept came from the religious zealots of the bible that fought for religious freedom. We apply that same concept to our music. We have one goal. Reach as many people as we can with our message. We are going to tear down the temple that is the music industry and rebuild it." - Ryan Housenga

Rock anthems and melodic instrumentation define the original sound of The Zealots from Bettendorf, Iowa. The music scene is struggling in Iowa, which is why The Zealots are aiming to be something new and different. After forming in the summer of 2014, they started mixing rock genres into a masterpiece. The Zealots are nothing but original.

In late 2014 The Zealots were the first band from Iowa to collaborate with Joey Sturgis & his team at mixingbros.com. They went on to mix & master the single Chips the Fish. After hearing the final version of the song, The Zealots knew they had struck gold. With each song topping their last, who knows what is in store for the future of rock.


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