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Listen: The Step Rockets share some 'Money' for free

The MN indie rockers have a special gift in store for Go 96.3 listeners!

The Step Rockets are one of the fast-rising talents in the Twin Cities, but that hasn't made them any less generous.

In fact, they were kind enough to let us share their brand-new single, "Money," with our listeners for a free download.

You just have to promise to dance extra hard when they play it on Saturday at the Triple Rock, okay?

According to the band, the infectious new track was their attempt to remind folks that the best things in life are still free:

At a time where people seem increasingly distracted by materialism, we need to remind ourselves what really matters. And sure, we write songs about love, but with 'Money' it felt good to switch it up and just let out a primal scream.

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