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What Laura Says Premiere "Girl Not Gonna Leave" Video on Up on the Sun

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We're excited to premiere the brand new video for What Laura Says' new single, "Girl Not Gonna Leave." The video is officially released tomorrow, but the folks at Sundawg Records have given us the okay to go ahead and share it exclusively with Up on the Sun readers a day early.

Shot on location during the band's performance at The Icehouse on May 20 (hey, we were there), the video finds the band indulging a classic rock, Led Zepified sound.

The song is featured on Talk, which will be released on vinyl on Tuesday, August 16, exclusively at Stinkweeds in Phoenix. Purchase of the record will also get the buyer a free ticket to the band's show at Foundry on First, on Saturday, August 27. The record will be available for $10, in limited quantities.

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