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The Ready Set's Jordan Witzigreuter Talks About His Project (VIDEO)

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If you've heard that song "Love Like Woe" and wondered if Owl City had somehow transformed into a teeny bopper, that was actually Jordan Witzigreuter, aka The Ready Set.

His solo project played Mesa's the Nile Theater recently, and Witzigreuter sat down to give Up on the Sun readers the low-down on his project. Check out the interview (and his amazing hair) after the jump.

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