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The Rubens 'My Gun' Gets Remixed by Grouplove - Song Premiere

Band's breakout hit becomes a synth-pop anthem

The Rubens
Cybele Malinowski
September 6, 2013 8:30 AM ET

Hailing from the down under town of Menangle, Australia, the Rubens are a band of brothers, plus one childhood friend, who make soul-driven alt-rock, as evidenced on the group's breakout hit "My Gun." That track will appear on the band's self-titled debut, slated for a U.S. release on September 10th on Warner Bros.

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Now you can take a listen to a remix of "My Gun," courtesy of Grouplove and Captain Cuts, who flip the track into a bounding synth-pop anthem. The Rubens will hit the road with Grouplove starting September 9th in Seattle.

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