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Fri December 6, 2013
Stupidity's "King Midas" is "Coolest Song in the World"
Last month, I spoke with drummer Tommy Sjostrom of the Swedish garage rock band Stupidity, who put on quite a show at Cafe Nine in New Haven. I got a message earlier this week from Tommy with some good news: Stupidity's new single, "King Midas," will be the dubbed "The Coolest Song in the World" by Little Steven on this weekend's Little Steven's Underground Garage radio show.
This also puts "King Midas" in contention for the "The Coolest Song in the World 2013."
In the meantime, Stupidity is back in Stockholm, putting the finishing touches on their latest album.
The nationally syndicated Little Steven's Underground Garage can be heard in Connecticut on WPLR, 99.1 FM Sunday 8:00 to 10:00 am; on WAQY, 102.1 FM in Hartford, Sunday 10:00 pm to midnight; and WMOS, Hartford and New Haven, 102.3 FM, Sunday 10:00 pm to midnight.
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