Bad Rabbits - We Can Roll

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Whoever once said that variety is the spice of life is also a huge fan of the ever-eclectic alt-pop group Bad Rabbits. After a two year break from the pages of DJBooth, the Boston collective is back with a high energy single entitled We Can Roll. While it has been a minute, BR hasn’t diverted from their genre bending sound. Like 2010’s Trix Are For KidsWe Can Roll blends rock, R&B, and pop with a little bit of funk. The diverse talents of the band, combined with their high energy is sure to give listeners an experience like no other. We Can Roll has enough substance to stand on its own, but because the Bostonians love their fans so much they also released a video, full of behind the scenes footage as the crew prepares for a gig and proceeds to bring the house down with an energy level that is unrivaled. Want to experience their mind-blowing live performance for yourself? Catch the quintet at the Brighton Music Hall in Boston on December 31, as they usher in the New Year. Also, be on the lookout for their forthcoming album, American Love, coming soon.

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