Steel Panther has released a video for their song "Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)" and revealed additional dates on their Sunset Strip Live! tour. The animated clip was created by the Tipperary, Ireland based animation and film company Ntoonz and can be viewed above.

"Wrong Side Of The Tracks (Out In Beverly Hills)" is the latest single from last year's Lower the Bar LP. And even though the video is delivered as a cartoon in animated format, don't expect anything to ever be kid-friendly from the Los Angeles sleaze outfit, as it features a menagerie of transvestites, frontman Michael Starr needing propofol to fall asleep at night and a collection of dildos raining down on drummer Stix Zadinia. In other words, it's classic Steel Panther!

In addition to the video, the glam rock band has announced three additional East Coast dates on their Sunset Strip Live! tour this spring. The new shows are in Westbury, N.Y. (April 27), Portland, Maine (April 28) and Hartford, Conn. (April 29). Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday (Feb. 23), and a Steel Panther Fans pre-sale began earlier today. Click here for the full list of gigs the band will be playing on the run.

Steel Panther's Lower the Bar came out last through Kobalt Music Recordings. The band has previously released music videos for the songs "Poontang Boomerang," "I Got What You Want," "Wasted Too Much Time" as well as a cover of Cheap Trick's "She's Tight." For some added fun, check out the band's NSFW Emoji keyboard.

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