Local-area awesome poppy, funky rock duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. are to release the second in the My Love is Easy EP series, titled My Love is Easy: Remixes Pt. 2, on November 15.
The EP will feature remixes by Memory Tapes, Tiger & Woods and Pictureplane, among others. The tracks are obviously pulled from the It’s a Corporate World album.
According to the press release, “Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. spent most of the year of the road, completing a phenomenal second headlining tour including a sold-out NYC show, a summer festival circuit through Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Philadelphia's Popped! Festival, and a set of recent European performances. Their breezy single "Simple Girl" has received noteworthy attention on Triple A radio stations from NYC's WFUV and Philadelphia's WXPN to Boston's WXRV. The band just played a lively DJ set at this year's CMJ Music Marathon followed by a set of performances in Montreal and Toronto with Moby in continued support of It's A Corporate World, which made one of Filter's "Top 20 Records of 2011 (So Far..)" and the NPR Listeners Poll as "Best Of The Year."”
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