The Persian Leaps have built up a well-regarded name for themselves through solid, no-nonsense, infectious power pop. Few do it better. Their ability to take the infectious and melodic heart that beats in pop music and the drive and energy that powers its rock and roll sibling is magical. Many have tried to walk that same fine creative line, but no one gets straight to that sweet spot on the musical Venn Digram like The Persian Leaps…

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