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The Dirty Heads release music video for “Lay Me Down”

HollywoodNews.com: Executive Music Group is proud to unveil The Dirty Heads’ official music video for their #1 breakthrough single, “Lay Me Down”!

The laid back, summery music video follows two teenagers running through the streets of Mexico avoiding the cops and looking for a place to settle down. After the two find their way to a local halfway house, they have just enough time to take part in a round of drinks with The Dirty Heads.

“Lay Me Down,” the band’s first chart topper, was featured on Rolling Stone’s “Hot List,” and is one of the most added and requested songs at dozens of radio stations across the country. The Dirty Heads will continue to sell out shows across the U.S. while touring this summer in support of Sublime with Rome and Matisyahu, as well as performing their own headlining shows and festivals.

Fans can now pick up the band’s debut album, “Any Port in a Storm.”

Watch the new video below:

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