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These Raven Skies ‘No Need to Worry’ – Crank It or Yank It?

Canadian newcomers These Raven Skies make their Buzz debut with the lead single from their new self-titled album.

The band worked with The Tea Party frontman Jeff Martin on the album. Martin took their demos and added his own creative flair to give the tunes a little more eclectic, less mainstream vibe. He even pitched in backing vocals and slide guitar on “No Need to Worry”.

Even though “No Need to Worry” is a bit less mainstream than when the band originally wrote it, the track is still plenty accessible. Give it a spin and tell us whether we should turn that bad boy up or toss it out!

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