Cali pop ensemble Radical Something has unleashed its sophomore independent full-length, Ride It Out.
Their first LP since 2011 debut set We Are Nothing, the project is the follow-up to 2012's No Sweat EP. Included among its 13 original tracks are reader-approved singles "Cheap Drink" and "Spraypaint." No guests join Loggy, Josh Cocktail and DJ Big Red on the album, which packs production by GoodWill & MGI and Jonas Olsson.
Fans can also check out Radical Something's previous albums: Radical Something - We Are Nothing
Written by richard on Sep 02, 2013
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