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The Livewires get dirty on "Let it Down"

Yeah - they're dirty. Just yesterday, the self-described "dirty rock 'n' rollers", The Livewires, kicked it up a notch. Releasing the first single off their forthcoming debut full-length, "What Fuzz" the San Jose act made good on their original promise.

"Let it Down" is a bald-faced hunk of rock swagger, with distorted vocals, blues-rock solos and a general Elvis-man sense of confidence. Reminiscent of the Jon Spencer Blues explosion, "Let it Down" pushes the boundaries of modern swanky blues-rock.

With some brilliantly catchy lead guitar and vocal lines, the trio is poised for brilliant lead up to their self-titled E.P. Lead vocalist, Brendan Martin, warns of the shape of things to come when he closes the track with the ever-so-fitting line, "Take me home to your momma's house."

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