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Sublime now has a successor.
Meet The Dirty Heads, a trio that fuses together witty rap lyrics to reggae and rock, creating a soulful stew that is reminiscent of the dearely-missed Cali headliner.

When Sublime broke up there was a gap in the Cali music scene that everyone thought couldn’t be filled. But The Dirty Heads have stepped up to the plate, providing people with addictive, bouncy guitars. The goal in creating their tunes, the band has said, is to creative positive vibes for people to chill to.

And their message is the same one shared by big-time influence Bob Marley–don’t worry be happy. And please, party it up.

Check out the video for their single “Stand Tall” below: