Bad Wolves’ debuted a cover of Lana Del Rey’s single “Video Games” a track from her second studio album, Born To Die, and frontman Tommy Vext stunned with his impressive rendition of the song on Friday (July 24) from a candlelit room.

“Video Games” was co-written by Lana Del Rey alongside Justin Parker.

“It’s you, it’s all for you… We came back up to your studio apartment. You had to much wine at dinner and put on your friends demo. Go play your video games. We danced with it on repeat playing from the speakers of your laptop while the rain crashed on your windowsill. You taught me how to drive in your best up car. I failed my driving test and you came over. I was angry and embarrassed, you played this song. After weeks of talking I finally landed in Australia. I put this track on to calm my nerves. I walked through customs and kissed you for the first time dropping my headphones to the ground. You came to the session, you watch me belt this out and you knew I wasn’t the same as every other guy who let you down. You sat in your car after another failed engagement. You fucked up. You fell in love with your best friend. You listened to the words and cried before calling me. Because you knew we would forever change each other’s lives. This song has unintentionally played a part in ever relationship if had in my sobriety. And though these romances were never meant to last, the thing that always does is the music. We dictate the soundtracking our lives and when we die what we chose to connect to will play out against the tape of our time here. Forever grateful for this song. For the people who love me. Past, present and future.” Vext captioned the video post.

The band has also recently released a cover of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” Adele’s debut single “Hometown Glory,” Justin Timberlake’s hit song “Cry Me A River,” Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money,” Chris Brown’s “Look At Me Now,” The Weeknd’s “The Hills,” Linkin Park’s hit song “Crawling” and a cover of Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” via their Patreon.

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The band offers two separate packages on Patreon for their fans to choose from including a $5 per month package that includes short films, clips and video diaries, exclusive documentary footage from tour, workout videos, quarantine lifestyle clips and early access to BW Merch and more. They also have a $10 per month package which includes Livestreams (live performances and check-ins), Unreleased Bad Wolves songs, Q&A’s, short films, clips and video diaries, exclusive documentary footage from tour, workout videos, quarantine lifestyle clips and early access to BW Merch. See the full details of each package below:

$5 per month package:
Short films, clips and video diaries.
– Access to exclusive documentary footage from BW tours
Vlogs from the band – Tour Stories, Workout Videos, What the guys are doing in quarantine, instrument videos – riffs, sneaker videos etc
BW Merch
– Early access to a new Merch item every month

$10 per month package:
Livestreams.
– Live performance with BW
– Live check ins with members of BW
Unreleased Songs
– Hear and Watch unreleased Bad Wolves music and videos
Q&A.
– Q&A sessions: answering and asking questions with members of the band
Short films, clips and video diaries.
– Early access to exclusive documentary footage from BW tours
-Vlogs from the band – Tour Stories, Workout Videos, What the guys are doing in quarantine, instrument videos – riffs, sneaker videos, etc.Livestream recordings.
– Livestreams will be available to view as archives.
BW Merch
– Early access to a new Merch item every month





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