Music Industry News Network [11-15-2012]

Snap! Action! Pop! Action Jets Release Video For "Action Jets (Time For The)"

Url: http://actionjets.bandcamp.com
Sound: http://www.soundcloud.com/actionjets

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It's Time for the Action Jets!

Action Jets has released a video for their single "Action Jets (Time for the)" - it's available for viewing right now! See the Action Jets video at YouTube or below!



Featuring riffing guitars and shout-out vocals, Action Jets' video brings the goods for those who like to rock.

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It's the first video for the band's debut single. "Action Jets (Time for the)" b/w "Rock Like Pollard". Hear both songs at Action Jets Bandcamp site. Both songs are available to stream and download. Leave a dollar and your karma will reward you.

Action Jets' debut single and video makes a case for the emotive power of rock 'n roll, filled with a little Westerberg whiskey, flashy drums and a shout chorus that's a call to action!

See the Action Jets video at YouTube!

The band's other song "Rock Like Pollard" has been featured on high profile music blogs like Indie Rock Cafe and Largehearted Boy. Action Jets takes it home with a rousing tribute to GBV's frontman and songwriter. They were bummed out about Adam Levine's smooch to Jagger's moves, so the band banded together around Bud Lights and guitars and took an 'Exit Flagger' approach to righting the wrong that is Robert Pollard's song.

Bringing it home under three minutes is what counts most for this young band of renegades. Left out in the greater Phoenix-Scottsdale valley, having to endure the desert's hippie-jam-folk-rock bubble, Action Jets cut to the chase and leave no rock unturned.

Stream and download the debut single from Action Jets at:
Action Jets at Bandcamp
Action Jets on SoundCloud

Write to the guys at actionjets@gmail.com

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