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Exclusive Premiere: Anthony Green's Catchy 'Right Outside'

Hear a bonus track featuring the Deftones' Chino Moreno

January 12, 2012 10:00 AM ET

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Click to listen to Anthony Green's 'Right Outside' (feat. Chino Moreno)

Singer-songwriter Anthony Green will release his solo record Beautiful Things January 17th on Photo Finish. Deftones frontman Chino Moreno joins Green on the catchy "Right Outside," which is a bonus track on the digital release of Beautiful Things.

"Right Outside" was a collaboration between the two artists, as Moreno wrote some parts of the track, which, as Anthony Green mentions, was a surprise. "I wrote the song after I listened to the Crosses EP over and over, thinking of Chino and inspired by him, so I couldn't believe it when he agreed to sing on it and wrote some parts," Green says. "It was a dream come true to work with him."

Anthony Green's Beautiful Things will be released on January 17th, but you can exclusively stream the bonus track "Right Outside" for free at RollingStone.com.

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