Monday, July 30, 2012

Let's Listen to the New Slightly Stoopid Song

Posted By on Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 12:11 PM

Slightly Stoopid’s new album Top of the World will be coming out August 14, but to promote the record and to allow fans to get a preview of the new material, the San Diego band is offering a free download for "Don't Stop" from the new album for anyone willing to visit their website and hand over an email address.

The new song isn't exactly groundbreaking, but it does feature the reggae and punk influences of their early material, while mixing in some flavors from hip-hop, but still keeping the laid-back San Diego sound that made Slightly Stoopid a group that sells out shows across the country.

You can pre-order the album on iTunes or on their website, slightlystoopid.com. Also, if you feel like making a drive out to Mesa, Slightly Stoopid will be opening for 311 at the Mesa Amphitheater on August 28.

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