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Sad Park ‘Over and Over’ : The graceful temerity of life and living, becomes a bit better.

Sad Park

Sad Park is an alternative-rock band from Los Angeles, California.

Comprised of Graham Steele, Sam Morton, Kyle Marik, and Grant Bubar, the summary of it all is that they rock, with the best of them. And as they purge your soul with disinfectant of love and music, the graceful temerity of life and living, becomes a bit better.

Said the band: “‘Over and Over’ is a deeply personal song about the struggles of being sucked into the business and ego of the music industry. The song can mean many things, but to me it is about trying your hardest to not let ego or greed get in the way of your passion and love for music.”

Yassss. For sho’.

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