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Download “1804,” the new single from Blayer Pointdujour and the Rockers Galore (playing 2nd Street Festival in August)

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Philly’s premier Kompa-rock outfit Blayer Pointdujour and the Rockers Galore just released a new single, “1804,” recorded with Larry Gold at Milkboy Studio. The track musically references “Rockfort Rock” by The Skatalites (one of Pointdujour’s favorites), and its title is a nod to the year Haiti gained independence from France after staging a successful slave revolt. Pointdujour says the song “deals with me trying to connect my family history to where we are today.” Grab a free download of the song below, check out the band’s Key Studio VIDEO Session here, catch them in concert at this year’s 2nd Street Festival in August, and look for Blayer’s full-length debut The Bull in September.