Colorado punk act The Gamits, have posted a video featuring a new song called “KGB Are Still Looking For Me.” Here’s what front man Chris Fogal had to say about the song:
“This song was written in the van on our long drives through Russia after we had seen some news of an American with the same last name as me being arrested as a suspected spy. It was big news at the time and we were also binge watching the show “24″ so it was all spy stuff all the time! We wanted to do a special song for a Moscow radio show so the KGB song came together and we played it on acoustic guitars on the air for the first time. The video plays up the spy theme and is mixed with some tour photos from Ukraine, Russia and Italy.”
You can watch the video here. The song was recorded, mixed and mastered by Luca Spigato at Hate Studio in Rosà, Italy. All video production by Ryan McNurney at Electra Productions and some photos used by Luca’s Bar (Italy), Jane Evdokimova (Ukraine) and Serina Menin (Italy). The Gamits’ most recent full-length album was 2010′s “Parts,” which was a joint release by Suburban Home Records and Paper + Plastick Records. The band announced a new bass player in February 2013.
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