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Hear a new track from Whale Fire

Posted By on Mon, Jul 9, 2012 at 12:19 PM

Whale Fires new single is available now.
  • Whale Fire's new single is available now.

Little Rock's Whale Fire recently released a new single into the world, and you can listen to it right now, right here, for free. You can also go right over yonder and download the track in any number of formats, also gratis.

"Wild-Eyed Mistake" is the name of the tune, and it's a very nice slice of jangly, reverb-drenched guitar pop that portends good things for these dudes. The song works quite well as a single, but it will also be interesting to hear it in the context of the forthcoming album they're working on.

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