Falling in Reverse are back with a new video and having some fun with their take on a genre made popular in the '90s.

The Zach Merck-directed video is for 'Good Girls Bad Guys' and was clearly inspired by the films about the Los Angeles-area neighborhoods of back in the day. The clip starts off with singer Ronnie Radke chilling with his buddies in Compton, busting out his cell phone and chatting with a few friends before reprising the popular 'Whazzup' commercials.

As if that weren't enough, the band snagged actor Tom Lister Jr. from the film 'Friday' to play a guy ready to shake the fellas down for jewelry and phones.

The clip comes complete with low riders, a backyard BBQ, a rooftop guitar solo, and women emerging from the trunk of a car to strut their stuff for the 'Bad Guys.'

'Good Girls Bad Guys' will no doubt be a staple of the band's set list this summer when they take part in the Vans Warped Tour. The group are supporting their debut disc, 'The Drug in Me is You.' Check out our full interview with Falling in Reverse from earlier this year here.

Watch Falling in Reverse's 'Good Girls Bad Guys' Video