The Pass “Crosswalk Stereo”, PMA Premiere

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Hailing from Louisville, KY and sounding like the spot where Phoenix and Starfucker go to have their babies, The Pass are making us dance with their mad catchy quasi-single “Crosswalk Stereo”. Said single appears on the Pass’ self-made debut EP, Colors, which is supposed to be out later this month.

The Pass are currently working on their debut full-length release, which will be mixed by Alex Aldi. You have heard of some of his most recent clients: Tokyo Police Club, Passion Pit, Harlem Shakes (RIP :(), and the Walkmen. Both the EP and the LP will be released by Louisville indie record label SonaBLAST! Records. You can download the first single, “Crosswalk Stereo” for free below. Mark my words when I say these guys are the next, next, next big thing.

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Head on over to their Myspace page to listen to their EP in its entirety.

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