Video And MP3 From Shorelines End

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Shorelines End (probably in an effort to promote its CD release shindig on June 28) has a studio acoustic version of "More Then You Know" (note: yes, the band used "then" instead of "than"*) up for download off its PureVolume.com page.

Or you can watch the guys play it in someone's living room on this video. Just know, you'll have to hear the guys' pitch for pre-ordering the new Shorelines End disc.

The Shorelines End CD release party is 8 p.m. June 28 at Theater 7 in Plano. $10 gets you in the door. -- Chelsea Mueller

* - ... and it drives us fucking crazy.

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