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San Fermin's Jackrabbit is one of our most anticipated records of the year. The Brooklyn baroque pop act has jumped on our radar in a major way, and we couldn't be more excited to be premiering a live version of the album's title track, "Jackrabbit." Charlene Kaye's vocals center an effervescent horn and string section that propulses the track to an instant baroque pop classic. The band is playing at the Music Hall of Williamsburg next week, and we can already tell that it will be a can't miss show.

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San Fermin is the brainchild of Brooklyn's Ellis Ludwig-Leone, an artist with a broad musical background who pursued musical studies at Yale and sharpened his teeth working with the avant-garde classical composer Nico Muhly (Bjrk, Grizzly Bear, Antony & the Johnsons). Filled with blustery, unpredictable, avant-garde arrangements and rooted in the preciousness of indie pop, his debut self-titled record found him joined on vocals by longtime friend Allen Tate, and Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of the Brooklyn group Lucius. San Fermin saw release in September of 2013. - Jason Lymangrover, Rovi

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