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Live Video: Guantanamo Baywatch

Live Video, Local Music
Casey Dunau
Photo by Amber Knecht (view set)

Fresh off globetrotting tours to Australia, Canada, and the U.S., local based surf rockers, Guantanamo Baywatch, stopped by the KEXP live room to share new tracks from their sophomore LP, Darling... It's Too Late. The Portland four piece embody the sounds of summer as they shred through rockabilly swells on "Raunch Stop" and "Barbacoa". Meanwhile, on "Beat has Changed" and "Too Late", Jason Powell shows off melodic croons that would do Elvis (appropriately gracing the front of bassist, Chavelle Wiseman's shirt) proud. Find some shade, relax, and listen to the sweet tunes below:

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