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Art Brut Contest: Tell LAist About Moving to LA
One of the more interesting bands to come out over the last few years is the British groupArt Brut whose college radio hit "Moving to LA" is reason enough love this band. In a few months the group, pictured, above, at Sea Level Records, will come out with their sophomore album.
But before they do we have some autographed posters to give away and some cd samplers of the new album, It's a Bit Complicated.
All you have to do is tell us something that you remember about moving to LA. And if you've lived here all your life tell us why you never moved away.
Deadline for this contest is 6/6 so make it happen! Write your memory in the comments below and make sure you include your real email address so we can contact you if you win.
Track list of the upcoming Art Brut cd and a video of "Moving to LA" after the jump.
It's a Bit Complicated
1) Pump Up The Volume
2) Direct hit
3) St Pauli
4) People In Love
5) Late Sunday Evening
6) I Will Survive
7) Post Soothing Out
8) Blame It On The Trains
9) Sound Of Summer
10) Nag Nag Nag Nag
11) Jealous Guy
"Moving to LA"
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