Not Really! But their video for "Constant Movement" would make you think otherwise.
Kill the Autocrat is betting a new generation -- and some members of an older one -- are ready for protest songs that are au courant.
"I believe we lack that in music, right? It all comes back to not having a culture of resistance as rich as it was before," (Frontman Mike OB) says, turning political.
"I find people ... need to educate themselves more and be not so dumbed down by the corporation and everything that's thrown at us that we don't question, right?"
There's a "little something for everybody" in this album, said O'Brien.
"Hip-hop originally started as community organizing. It's all positive music. It's political. It's about what's going on in the community, locally and worldwide at the same time."