Siren City Announce Show at The Max for Friday

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The guys in Siren City just gave us a heads up that they'll be playing a special show Friday, February 29, at The Max. Moving Atlas and Loaded Moses are on the bill, too. The show is 18 and over and starts off at 8 p.m. The Dallas rock band is pretty excited about the show, so we'll bank on the group to bring its A game to the stage. If you're unfamiliar with the radio-friendly quintet, check this video of the group playing "Noise." (Jokes on this one are really easy. So for those not digging the tune, be clever.) -- Chelsea Ide

Siren City - Noise

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