Jacuzzi Boys See 'Double Vision' – Song Premiere

Florida indie-rockers go boozing on track from new LP

Jacuzzi Boys
Hardly Arts
May 28, 2013 9:00 AM ET

Jacuzzi Boys go boozing on their new track "Double Vision." The indie-rockers coast on sun-drenched vibes enhanced by plucky guitars as they glide through the tune on Gabriel Alcala's staccato vocals – until the track breaks loose into an all-out guitar scuzzfest. 

"It was the right night to record 'Double Vision,'" Alcala tells Rolling Stone. "We left the liquor store with all the ingredients to make tequila sunrises."

"Double Vision" will be on Jacuzzi Boys' upcoming album, Jacuzzi Boys, out September 10th.

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