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Andy Frasco & The U.N. Premiere New Live Video For HERE'S TO LETTING YOU DOWN

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"Here's To Letting You Down"
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New Album  
Happy Bastards Now Available On iTunesAmazon & Spotify
Watch Andy Frasco & The U.N.'s Jam In The Van sessions, here:
Watch "Tie You Up" on Pancakes and Whiskey, here:
Listen to "Tie You Up" on Relix, here:
With megawatt charisma, Andy Frasco & The U.N have teamed up with Baeble Music to exclusively premiere their new live video for "Here's To Letting You Down." 

"Here's To Letting You Down" releases on the heels of their four-month world tour, which wrapped up with a tremendously successful week at SXSW 2016. 

At SXSW, Andy Frasco & The U.N. stopped by the Jam In The Van x GQ Artist House to play their new singles "Tie You Up," "Make It Work," and "Blame It On The Pussy." 

These tracks recently released on the band's fourth studio album Happy Bastards, which is now available on iTunesAmazon & Spotify. Watch "Here's To Letting You Down" on Baeble Music, here:
Produced by Rick Parker (Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club) and John Avila of Oingo Boingo, this fourth full-length album shakes your feet and skewers your woes. 

Happy Bastards' twelve new songs are an industrial-strength blast of glass-half-full optimism, with the band's self-styled brand of party blues jostling with funk, soul, rock and roots.
Co-written by Frasco, guitarist Shawn Eckels and Kenli Mattus, these all-original songs are emotionally resonant and rip-it-up exciting, driven by the chemistry between the core U.N. lineup of Ernie Chang (sax), Andee Avila (drums) and Supaman (bass).
Across the US and Europe, on major stages from Wakarusa to Zwarte Cross Festival, Frasco earned a reputation for full-throttle, sweat-drenched, smash-and-grab live shows. 
"We're just trying to throw a party," Frasco said. "Get people to turn off their phones, leave their stress and complications at the door, live in the moment and just celebrate life for a few hours. If by the end of the night I see 90 per cent of the room laughing and smiling, then I know I did my job."
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