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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 8:58 a.m.

A new song from a band with a new name

  • Mysterious Fires during a practice session.

    Mysterious Fires during a practice session.

A little while back I posted a video of a new band from Everett called Russian Dragons. They have been working on some new material lately and asked me to stop by their practice space again the other night to check the new song. What came out of my visit was the video below and a new band name. The guys informed me they are no longer Russian Dragons but have changed their name to Mysterious Fires.

I like it.

If the singer Aron Glidden looks familiar that's because he is also the singer of Everett band 20 Riverside, who we talk about a lot over here. On the drums is Jestin Smith and on bass is Derek Johnston.

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