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Video Break: The Mae Shi, "Run To Your Grave"
Run to Your Grave from the mae shi on Vimeo
After six years of busting their spazcore balls on the L.A. rock circuit, The Mae Shi have come off of a whirlwind SXSW tour to bring you one of the best singles of the year (from their new album "HLLYH"), accompanied by one of the wickedest music videos of the year. I dare you not to watch this six times in a row and then spend the rest of the day humming this badass tune.They'll be hitting the road again at the end of April, so don't forget to catch them at Spaceland on April 18th with PRE and Panther, before they blast off into the wilds of the West Coast. I can't wait to rock my face off.
Expect to hear much more from these boys real soon. In the meantime, enjoy the video.
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