Free Download: Blondfire's 'Where the Kids Are'

Get the lead track from Brazilian-American siblings' upcoming album

November 22, 2011 11:35 AM ET
Blondfire, 'Where the Kids Are'
Blondfire, 'Where the Kids Are'
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Click to listen to Blondfire's 'Where the Kids Are'

Blondfire is Bruce and Erica Driscoll, a Brazilian-American brother and sister act living in L.A. After dropping an earlier band name (Astaire) for legal reasons, the renamed duo got off to an auspicious start: they were the first unsigned band to reach Number One on the iTunes Alternative chart. "Where the Kids Are" is the bubbly lead track from the group's upcoming album, Win the Game. The song was mixed by Wally Gagel, who has worked with Muse and Gorillaz. "It kind of wrote itself," says Erica. "'Where the Kids Are' is basically our little anthem reminding everyone that youth is fleeting. You have to live it up to the fullest and enjoy life before it passes you by."

"Where the Kids Are" is available now, and you can download it free here.

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