Radical Something - Santa Barbara

Posted about 3 years ago
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SUMMERofRAD Series

How’s your summer going? Need a little more radness added to your July? Spending more time at your day job than sitting on the beach at Santa Barbara? Never fear, Radical Something has you covered. For their latest release the Cali crew spread some good vibes with a self-produced cut that pairs an acoustic guitar with head-nodding percussion. Radical vocalists Loggy and Josh Cocktail take turns transforming that instrumental backdrop into a summer anthem, urging listeners to enjoy those precious summer months no matter where they reside. (Although, honestly, residing in SoCal will only help.) For more radicalness keep an eye out for the group’s ongoing SUMMERofRAD Series, and/or check them out live at L.A.‘s House of Blues.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Radical Something’s Brian Christ-directed Santa Barbara visual.  Thier Summer of Rad can also be freely downloaded here.

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