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In-Studio: The Real Hands

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San Marcos hometown heroes The Real Hands stopped by the studio to chat and play some new tunes off of their soon to be released LP called “Get Real.” These guys have a nice laid back sound that really represents the spirit of San Marcos well. They start off with “Catch Ya on the Flipside” which is a nice acoustic jam about the beautiful outdoors. They also played new a song called “Pledge” as well as my personal favorite, “Fools” (the guitar riff is AWESOME.) They also discuss their new album, past recordings and their live shows and how they perform.

A video posted by KTSW San Marcos (@ktsw_899) on Mar 9, 2015 at 3:42pm PDT

The Real Hands jamming out in the KTSW studio
The Real Hands jamming out in the KTSW studio

These are some of the nicest guys you’ll meet. Probably one of my personal favorite guests we’ve had all year. You can keep up with them and get updates on their live shows on their Facebook, and while you’re at it download their music on their Bandcamp. You won’t regret it!

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