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Nico Vega Unleash Heavy Hooks on 'Fury Oh Fury' – EP Premiere

Los Angeles band to release six-song effort on February 5th

Nico Vega
Frank Ockenfels
January 30, 2013 8:00 AM ET

Rising Los Angeles rockers Nico Vega are gearing up for a busy 2013. Not only will they be criss-crossing North America this spring alongside Imagine Dragons (with a few solo dates sprinkled in, too), they have a new EP, Fury Oh Fury, due February 5th. Now you can take an exclusive first listen to the six-track collection, which finds the quartet unleashing grungy, infectious riffs on the title track and "Beast." Cuts like "We Are the Art" and "Lightning" find Nico Vega flourishing under a lighter, New Wave-inspired sound that reveals honed pop chops.

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