Warped Tour is here. It's so close that we're seeing traveling local artists tweet their hometown whereabouts and even popping their heads in quietly to their favorite wind-down spots for some much needed rest. It is, after all, one of the most relentless tours out there with little to no downtime for bands and road crew alike. While that continues, however, some bands here in Colorado have been spastically checking e-mails on the daily to see if they will be playing this Sunday at Invesco Field at Mile High. Not so for Regret Night, who's known since early June that it would be a throwing down on the Kevin Says stage at Warped. Since then the members have persistently been dishing out online requests to those who wish to help them promote their time slot and even tossing in a web-based contests for a few coveted tickets to the show. Regret Night has a catchy, if not addicting way to captivate audiences on and off stage and relies more on musical vigor to win over fans. After the jump, we've made the act's single "She Said," from the EP Where We're Going, We Don't Need Roads, available for free download as a way to kick start your heat-stroked weekend. Enjoy!
*Warning: Download "
" at your own peril. We assume no responsibility and are in no way liable for this earworm. In other words, if this song gets unrelentingly and irreversibly embedded in your consciousness, you've been warned. Just saying.
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