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Dirty Heads is an American reggae rock band from Huntington Beach, California that was founded by Jared Watson and Dustin “Duddy B” Bushnell in 2003. Dirty Heads follows the footsteps of their California inspiration, Sublime, and have spent the last two decades making their presence known in both the reggae and rock communities. In 2008 the band created the record “Any Port in a Storm” coupled with a deluxe edition in 2010 that included one of their most iconic hits, “Lay Me Down”, which featured Rome Ramirez of Sublime. Two years later, the band released another album called “Cabin by the Sea” and partnered it with an acoustic version of the title track. This led to a full acoustic album in 2013 called “Home: Phantoms of Summer”. After releasing this record, the group played their largest sold-out show to date in front of 8,500 friends, family and fans at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, California. Dirty Heads next album, “Sound of Change”, would prove to be a breakthrough, as it debuted at number eight on the Billboard Top 200 and topped the Alternative and Independent album charts in May 2014. The set also debuted #1 on Alternative Albums with their single “My Sweet Summer”. In 2016, the self-titled album “Dirty Heads” had mainstream appeal charting high on the Billboard 200. The following year the band dropped their sixth studio album, “Swim Team”, which included notable songs “Vacation” and “Staloney”. The Dirty Heads put out their seventh studio album called “Super Moon” which possessed a “70’s sci-fi kung fu western car chase soundtrack”. The group recently toured with 311 on the “219 Unity Tour”, and in July 2021 they played their 10th Red Rocks Amphitheater show which kicked off a national tour.