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Ace Augustine has released their debut video exclusively with AMP Magazine. The video is for the song The Merchant Tales from their new album “The Absolute,” out now on Strike First Records.

The video was shot in Leymone, Pennsylvania at The Championship which was a really cool vibe because of its unique atmosphere. We chose ‘The Merchant Tales’ as the song to shoot mainly for its message that promotes positive self esteem. All in all, it was an extremely fun experience that we hope you all enjoy! -Ace Augustine

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