Exclusive Download: Blondfire, ' Hide and Seek'

Listen to the Brazilian-American sibling duo's latest single

April 13, 2012 12:45 PM ET
MP3 Download: Blondfire, ' Hide and Seek'
MP3 Download: Blondfire, ' Hide and Seek'

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After becoming the first unsigned band to reach Number One on iTunes' Alternative chart, Blondfire – the Brazilian-American sibling duo comprised of Bruce and Erica Driscoll – continue to build buzz for their dreamy, propulsive electro-pop. Their latest single, "Hide and Seek," is a wistful yet hopeful companion piece to last year's effervescent "Where the Kids Are."

Blondfire's forthcoming second album, Win the Game, is due out later this year from Tender Tender Rush. In the meantime, download "Hide and Seek" for free at Rolling Stone.

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