Butch Walker posts new song
2011-08-12 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 3 Comments

Butch Walker and the Black Widows have posted a new track entitled 'Synthesizers' at Entertainment Weekly.

'Synthesizers' is taken from the group's forthcoming record, The Spade, which is due for release on August 30.

http://music-mix.ew.com/2011/08/12/butch-walker-new-single-synthesizers/

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The Sludge
August 12th 2011

2169 Comments


That was awesome. Reminds me alot of Come On Eileen.

El_Goodo
August 14th 2011

1008 Comments


The first line is probably the worst thing he's ever written but it gets better from there.


I dunno, I think She Likes Hair Bands has to be his worst set of lyrics. "She's got all that she's got, but she don't got me," luckily that song is pretty damn catchy too.

lancebramsay
August 14th 2011

1585 Comments


I kinda like this track



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