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Cobra Starship Playing Respectable Street August 21

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Cobra Starship are bringing their synthpop goodness to Respectable Street on August 21 in support of their upcoming album Hot Mess. The first single off the album is called "Good Girls Go Bad" and features the impossibly hot Leighton Meester singing (and in the video). Surprisingly enough, Meester more than hold up her end of the vocal duties on the song, and makes the video extremely easy to watch. Unfortunately, she's probably too busy with Gossip Girl to go on tour with Cobra Starship, but that doesn't mean the show isn't going to be loaded with sugary pop tunes which will cause you to uncontrollably shake your ass.

Tickets are available now through their website. Hit the jump for a peek at the video.

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