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Exclusive Stream: Motion City Soundtrack's Perky 'True Romance'

Preview a cut from the band's new album 'Go'

Motion City Soundtrack
Anthony Saint James
April 16, 2012 10:00 AM ET

Click to listen to Motion City Soundtrack's 'True Romance'

"True Romance," the first single from Motion City Soundtrack's fifth album, Go, starts off as a simple acoustic ditty but, within a few bars, the music shifts into the quintet's strong suit of perky, upbeat rock. "'True Romance' is a love song about two people who seemingly don't have much in common except their love for the time they share in the bedroom," says singer Justin Pierre. "In my experience, opposites do attract. And if you can get over the superficialities, you often find you have more in common than you initially thought. Perhaps you even find love."

Go will be in stores on June 12th, but you can preview "True Romance" here today.

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