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The DFW area certainly has no shortage of great bands. To that point let me introduce you to a great up-and-comer, The Campaign. Like their Dallas brethren Radiant, The Campaign’s music is melodic pop-rock with a dash of soul that is instantly catchy and worthy of repeated listening. The Fort Worth-based ensemble will play a release show for its self-titled debut EP this Friday, August 15 at McDavid Studio at Bass Hall with Alpha Rev.

Also make sure to check out their Myspace and download of the song “Still Got The World” for free. –Lance Lester

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