Canadian duo and brothers Colby and Stefan Slade share their down to earth and groovy 'Cheap Shots and Two Dollar Beers'. Not only is it catchy but it's quite gritty and contains some highly relevant themes.

The synthesizers sound as if they belong on a G-funk track but they manage to find a perfect place on the vivacious track. The song itself evokes imagery of dive bars and men in trucker hats playing snooker.

Speaking about the track, the duo said "It's addressing issues like gentrification/regeneration, income inequality and outsourcing but it's also about dealing with them in the right frame of mind. There's nothing wrong with living on less despite always being told you need more." Listen to it below.