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Free Energy premiere "Bang Pop" video

Don't you love when Philly takes over? That's just the case with the rise of Free Energy, the greatest 70s rock band of 2010. Combining the fun of Cheap Trick with the guitar heroics of Thin Lizzy, Free Energy should have been on the Detroit Rock City soundtrack, a fact proven by their high school influenced video for "Bang Pop," which premiered today on MySpace.

Free Energy premiere "Bang Pop" video

Don’t you love when Philly takes over? That’s just the case with the rise of Free Energy, the greatest 70s rock band of 2010. Combining the fun of Cheap Trick with the guitar heroics of Thin Lizzy, Free Energy should have been on the Detroit Rock City soundtrack, a fact proven by their high school influenced video for “Bang Pop,” which premiered today on MySpace.

Directed by Josh Nussbaum and filmed in a middle school outside of Philly, “Bang Pop” could very well be a summer anthem. Especially if this video gains steam. Check it out and get in on the ground floor. This band rules, partially because they make me want to listen to the Scorpions...for some reason.

Be sure to catch the band when they come back through town and play the Church on the 28th, it's the last Philly show currently on the band's schedule.

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