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Steve Graham | steven@whatradio.com
Published: Friday, January 4, 2013, 12:47 p.m.

Song of the week: "Stuck In My Head" by Grizzled Mighty

Seattle's The Grizzled Mighty are about to release their New EP Thick Hand Grip on Feb. 5. This new material is highly anticipated after Ryan Granger (guitar, vocals) and Whitney Petty (drums) spent 2012 creating a nice buzz about the band by playing all over the place and impressing fans with their dirty, bluesy sound.

If the rest of the EP is as promising as the first single I would say it is going to be a very good 2013 for these two.

The first offering from the new EP is called “Stuck In My Head” and it is gritty, muddy rock at its best and it is the song of the week. You can hear it below and when the rest of the EP is released we will feature some more songs.

The Grizzled Mighty will be having the Thick Hand Grip EP release show at Neumos on Feb. 1. Supporting The Grizzled Mighty will be Seattle bands Kithkin, Rose Windows, and River Giant.



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