The Dirty Heads spoke with Rockerrazzi.com at The Viper Room in West Hollywood. The band talked about the success of ‘Lay Me Down’, how they teamed up with Rome of Sublime on the track, how the best part of their success is playing at bigger venues and headlining, getting occasionally recognized, and more. On the back half, the Huntington Beach, California Reggae rock band performed ‘Believe’. Watch it below.
The Dirty Heads are out with the music video for their #1 breakthrough single ‘Lay Me Down’, featuring Rome Ramirez of Sublime with Rome. The laid back, summery music video follows two teenagers running through the streets of Mexico avoiding the cops and looking for a place to settle down. After the two find their way to a local halfway house, they have just enough time to take part in a round of drinks with The Dirty Heads.
The song is off the Southern California reggae rock band’s debut album ‘Any Port in a Storm’, out now on Executive Music Group. Watch it via YouTube below.
SoCal locals, The Dirty Heads, have been named one of Rolling Stone’s Best New Bands of 2010. To show their appreciation, the band recently stopped by the Rolling Stone studios for an exclusive ‘Live at Rolling Stone’ session. The guys were accompanied by Sublime with Rome front man, Rome Ramirez, who also appears on The Dirty Heads’ #1 single, ‘Lay Me Down’. Watching The Dirty Heads’ mellow acoustic performance of ‘Stand Tall’ and ‘Believe’ via RollingStone.com below.
The Dirty Heads performed ‘Believe’ and ‘Lay Me Down’ live in the Lava Lounge at Q101 in Chicago the other day, also chatting with DJ Kevin Manno about the positive energy they exude and how that might be the reason they’ve had recent good fortune. Watch it via YouTube below.