Cory Monteith's Band Just Released One of His Last Songs, and You Should Hear It

by Casey Lewis

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Something a lot of people never knew about Cory Monteith was that when he wasn't acting on one of the most popular TV shows in forever, he was jamming out with his band. Bonnie Dune was an indie-pop group he joined years ago, right around the time Glee took off. He'd met frontman Justin Wilczynski when they both starred on a short-lived MTV series and they played music together ever since.

The band was hard at work on their debut album when news broke of Cory's tragic death. It wasn't just Lea Michele, his castmates, his family, and his fans who were devastated-now we know it was his bandmates, too.

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This week, the three remaining members of Bonnie Dune gave us something new to remember Cory by: They've pulled together to release Miramar, an EP of six sun-soaked jams that were recorded with Cory early last summer in Los Angeles. The tracks, including first single "Maybe Tonight," feature the star on drums and back-up vocals. And while the music isn't what you'd expect to hear from the constantly-crooning Finn Hudson, it's catchy and cool and a really excellent way to celebrate the actor's unforgettable talent.

So give the new song a listen.

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