Sneak Attack! danceable reggae-infused rock riffs and radio-friendly arrangements and hooks! @StuTails

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Hi everyone, the clown has been cross docking head slightly and here is some genial music I found that is my cup of tea!

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In the fall of 2008, four college students came together to create a new sound combining Reggae, Rock, and Rap. Over the course of many parties and shows, the Stu Tails formed a style and identity of their own.

With a unique sound and even more unique live performances, they have developed a large fan base and play all around the New England area. Their Eli Porter worshiping, School bus touring, Stu-Tail parties are a big hit at the venues they play. There is no separation between the Stu-Tails and their audience.

The Stu-Tails are on two missions: to play the best music, and to find Eli Porter. He did it, and we want to do it too.

Upon first listening to The Stu Tails, you’ll immediately understand why the band members named themselves after such a hard hitting, party starting concoction. Between their exuberant live stagesmanship, danceable reggae-infused rock riffs and radio-friendly arrangements and hooks, the band has managed to create a sound and presence that has gotten the attention from several notable figures in the music world. Bob Jamieson, former RCA and BMG CEO, said, “Their potential is unlimited. I haven’t seen a band with this much energy and musicianship in a long time.”

After recording their first album Indecent Exposure and receiving millions of online song plays, the band decided to take their sound to the west coast. Currently residing in San Francisco, CA, the four members continue to play across the U.S. and Canada while their music continues to gain traction. In October 2013 the band returned to the studio to record “Unconscious Communication”. The first single off the album, “I’m Gone”, has launched to much critical acclaim, receiving top tier reviews from SoundOut and other music reviewers.

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