Good With Grenades to Release New EP Aug. 10

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GWG have been gradually building up steam in the AZ and have made a name for themselves locally, often packing their shows. The guys played last month on the New Times Summer of Sound bill alongside Jim Adkins at the Tavern on Mill. FBGM is a follow-up to the group's EP Identity, which they released last year. Want to hear some of their new tracks live? Check 'em out at the Venue of Scottsdale Saturday, Aug. 8 alongside Rookie of The Year, Hollywood Heartthrob and Nylon Pink for an all-ages show. Tickets are available on the band's MySpace page.

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