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Download: Dead Eyes of London's Strutting "You're My Queen"

See also: Dead Eyes of London Aim For Loose Grooves

In this week's issue of New Times, Lauren Wise speaks with modern-rockers-turned-retro-garage-soul fetishists Dead Eyes of London.

"[Our music is for] the fan that has listened to punk rock and matured," guitarist Chan Vallarino says. "[It's] heavy and darkly romantic -- with lots of influence from women."

Wise writes: The band's new single, "You're My Queen," a funky falsetto jam featuring vocals from all three members, certainly should speak to fawning female fans, with its sexy, lustful vibe. "I think it's a pretty straightforward representation of our sound," says drummer Nick Ramirez, but it stands in stark contrast to the much heavier acts all three members have been a part of, including Redfield, The Jedi Five, Sam the Butcher, Vistalance, Butcher Jones, and Beezlewood.

Download the song for free after the jump.


Dead Eyes of London, "You're My Queen"

Dead Eyes of London, "You're My Queen"

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Dead Eyes of London is scheduled to perform Friday, May 25, at Rocky Point Cantina in Tempe.

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Jason P. Woodbury is a music and pop-culture writer based in Phoenix. He is a regular contributor to the music blog Aquarium Drunkard and co-host of the Transmissions podcast.