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Native Station is building a home in the Rockies.Vocalist/guitarist Greg Benton and guitarist Thomas Troutt packed up in Virginia and made the trek to Colorado a couple years ago to expand their talents. When they stopped in Boulder County, they picked up...

Hear it Here: 'Coal Seam Fire' by Native Station

Native Station is building a home in the Rockies.Vocalist/guitarist Greg Benton and guitarist Thomas Troutt packed up in Virginia and made the trek to Colorado a couple years ago to expand their talents. When they stopped in Boulder County, they picked up...

Hear it Here: 'Coal Seam Fire' by Native Station

Native Station is building a home in the Rockies.

Vocalist/guitarist Greg Benton and guitarist Thomas Troutt packed up in Virginia and made the trek to Colorado a couple years ago to expand their talents. When they stopped in Boulder County, they picked up bassist Brett Cunningham, drummer Nick Solga and Brandon Clark on keys and put together Native Station.

Between the EP "Bones 'N All" released last summer and the band's frequent performances around the area, Native Station has cut a couple new tunes, including "Coal Seam Fire," a catchy and smooth pop-rock ode that somewhat resembles Patrick Stump's (Fall Out Boy) 1990s pop-rock baby. If that existed. Which doesn't.

Science, am I right? (And not to be confused with Pop Rocks, baby.)

Emotive vocals and the guitar's melodic energy package the track into a well-wrapped song.

As Benton sings about building a home in the Rockies, Native Station is hoping to carve its name into those giant hills. And with catchy beats and a positive vibe, the band likely won't have a problem.

Fans can cast a vote for Native Station to play Arise Festival, which takes place Aug. 4-6 at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland. And catch the band live at Herman's Hideaway in Denver at 6:30 p.m. Sunday or at Denver's Larimer Lounge at 8:30 p.m. June 7.

But first listen to "Coal Seam Fire."

Christy Fantz: 303-473-1107, fantz@dailycamera.com or twitter.com/fantzypants

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