Announced last month alongside its title track, 'She Said’ is the Los Angeles band’s third album but their first for a major label.
"Stranded" follows the title track and the release of the album’s first single, "Roadkill," in May.
“It’s not just a hard rock, banger type of song like we normally make,” De Wilde told NME of "Stranded." “I really like that song and I’m excited for it to come out, but I’m also curious about what people will say.”
The video, directed by actor Danny Trejo’s son and De Wilde’s partner Gilbert Trejo, sees the band playing weary employees in a shop and fast food restaurant, undertaking unglamorous routine jobs. A glowing pink door then appears, as the band and other characters decide to step into the unknown, where an otherworldly party awaits them.
“That video was so much fun to make,” De Wilde said. “It was kind of thrown together and a bit of a scramble, but we just got all our friends and basically had a party and filmed it." Then they did these little vignette scenes around them and made a story. Normally, I do think of a story and figure out how to make it work with the budget that we have.