Song Premiere: Champagne Fever’s “Mean Old Dog”
kaylee | Dec 15, 2016 | 2:30PM |

We love Champagne Fever at BYT, which is why we’re super excited to premiere their new song “Mean Old Dog.” It’s the the same sun soaked, stupidly catchy work we’ve come to expect from the duo. If this track doesn’t make you want to get up and dance, I truly don’t know whats wrong with you. Please seek medical help.

Here’s a fun note from the band:

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“I wrote ‘Mean Old Dog’ during a particularly drunk and prolific phase in my life when I would ask girls in bars for “song topics and their email addresses”.  I’d record the song and email it to them in 24 hours.  I met this girl Sara at the DC DIY space Paperhaus and she gave the topic “a misanthropic dog and sunshine”.  This recording includes the original vocal take from the song I sent Sara.”

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