Well, as mentioned in this week's North of the Dial, after adding several more members to the mix, his solo material ended up spawning Seryn. Six months and a dozen shows later, Denton's Seryn has quickly catapulted out of Denton's house show scene, landing in bars, clubs and, um, records stores in Fort Worth and Dallas.
The band's been steadily composing new material, and agreed to send our readers the group's very-recently-recorded/released effort, "We Will All Be Changed," which until very recently I think the band called "Beach Song." Check it out after the jump.
The show starts 8 p.m., and thanks to the TABC, last I heard, the show will be BYOB.
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