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Watch the Rural Alberta Advantage's wild performance at the 2018 CBC Music Festival

The Toronto trio rocked the main stage at this year's CBC Music Festival.
The Rural Alberta Advantage performing live at the 2018 CBC Music Festival. (Vanessa Heins)

Last year, folk-rock trio the Rural Alberta Advantage released its fourth album, The Wild. The band has been hard at work promoting that album well into 2018, even making a stop at this year's CBC Music Festival last month to perform some new and old songs for fans.

In fact, the band makes a case that their single, "Bad Luck Again," should be this year's song of the summer. Do you agree?

Relive the Rural Alberta Advantage's energetic performance below.

The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Alright' at CBC Music Festival. 3:17
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Stamp' at CBC Music Festival. 3:07
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'White Lights' at CBC Music Festival. 4:01
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Beacon Hill' at CBC Music Festival. 2:40
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Bad Luck Again' at CBC Music Festival. 3:09
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Muscle Relaxants' at CBC Music Festival. 2:39
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Don't Haunt This Place' at CBC Music Festival. 2:56
The Rural Alberta Advantage | Frank | CBC Music Festival 4:21
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Tornado' at CBC Music Festival. 3:47
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Vulcan, AB' at CBC Music Festival. 3:20
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Brother' at CBC Music Festival. 4:25
The Rural Alberta Advantage perform 'Terrfied' at CBC Music Festival. 4:50

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