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A Plea for Purging have released the first video for their upcoming album The Life & Death of A Plea for Purging. Directed by Michael Dalton, this newest production is in keeping with the Plea tradition of off-beat treatments and characteristically entertaining videos for which the band has become known.

Check out the video for “Heart of a Child” now: http://www.youtube.com/user/FacedownRecords
The band is out on their headlining Life & Tour of A Plea For Purging right now, you can see full dates below.
Pre-orders are available for The Life & Death here with some great bundle deals and limited edition vinyl: http://facedown.merchnow.com/search/?q=a+plea+for+purging
Nov 1 – Charlotte, NC @ Tremont Music Hall
Nov 2 – Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
Nov 3 – Annapolis, MD @ Knights of Columbus
Nov 4 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Championship
Nov 5 – Dayton, OH @ The Attic
Nov 6 – Louisville, KY @ Encounter Church
Nov 7 – Evansville, IN @ The Hatch
Nov 8 – Goshen, IN @ Goshen Theater
Nov 9 – St Paul, MN @ Station 4
Nov 11 – Lees Summit, MO @ Lakeland
Nov 12 – Little Rock, AR @ Downtown Music Hall
Nov 13 – Tulsa, OK @ Marquee
Nov 14 – San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Nov 15 – Waco, TX @ UBC
Nov 16 – Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats
Nov 17 – Mobile, AL @ The Indie Spot
Nov 18 – Savannah, GA @ City Church
Nov 19 – Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue
Nov 20 – Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre

COMING SOON:
A Plea For Purging “The Life and Death of A Plea For Purging” Nov 8
In the Midst of Lions “Shadows” Nov 22
Saving Grace “The King is Coming” Nov 22
A Hope For Home “In Abstraction” Dec 6
OUT NOW:
We the Gathered “Believer”
Nothing Til Blood “When Lambs Become Lions”
Hands “Give Me Rest”

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