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Watch Militarie Gun Cover Blur’s "Song 2"


Tim Project

March 31, 2024

American alternative rock band Militarie Gun, from Los Angeles, played LDB – one of hardcore’s biggest festivals – last weekend in Louisville.

The annual festival has a reputation as a platform for up-and-coming musicians. This year it featured headliners Hatebreed, Sunami, and Florida death metal band Obituary.

During Militarie Gun’s set, they covered “Song 2” from Blur’s self-titled album released in 1997.