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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Download: New Romany Rye track

Posted By on Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 3:32 PM

Romany Rye

The Romany Rye, the California-based folk-rock quintet made up of mostly dudes from Little Rock and North Little Rock, will release a full-length this summer (the first featuring the Arkansas dudes). To tide fans over and, I imagine, to generate a little buzz during the group's run in the Rolling Stone cover contest that we told you about last week, the band's released this new song, "I Hate Myself (For Loving You)." Delta Spirit's Kelly Winrich produced it.

The Romany Rye returns to Stickyz on March 15. That's the day before the band knows if it's advanced to the second round in the Rolling Stone cover contest.

Also, on the jump, check out a 10 minute clip of the first part of a Romany Rye documentary, with pretty black and white footage of the band goofing around in Big Bear, Cali., talking dreamily about life in the band and cutting (and accidentally erasing) a new record.

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