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JM for the Eyes, TP for the Ears

Quick update here with new video and music.

Jack’s Mannequin filmed performances of three tracks off their new album, The Glass Passenger for liveDaily Sessions. The session features acoustic versions of “Annie Use Your Telescope,” “Bloodshot,” and their latest single “The Resolution.” Download the mp3 version of all three performances using this link, and Saving Link As…

Also, Fueled by Ramen‘s indie/rock group This Providence released their The Bright Lights EP yesterday. The EP has three brand new tracks, as well as a “renovated version” of the previously released song “My Beautiful Rescue.”

Both bands are currently on tour and will be playing at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. Hammers and Strings: An Evening With Jack’s Mannequin and The Glass Passenger, with special guests Fun & Treaty Of Paris, will visit on Nov 20. The show is not yet listed on the 9:30 Club website, but tickets are available here. Meanwhile This Providence is supporting Reliant K on their Uncle Fest Tour and will appear in DC on Oct 21.

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[…] titled Who Are You Now? on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. This album follows the release of The Bright Lights EP back in October of last year. The quartet, fighting out of Seattle, WA, are currently on the Snakes […]

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[…] People. I’ve been looking forward to This Providence’s new album since the release of The Bright Lights EP in October 2008, and I’ve been a fan of Ace Enders since The Early November’s […]

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