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CLOSE YOUR EYES Reveal First of Three Track-By-Track Videos & New Song Clips

“Musically and lyrically, we poured our hearts into this one,” states vocalist Shane Raymond.

Watch melodic-hardcore group CLOSE YOUR EYES openly discuss the first four tracks of Empty Hands and Heavy Hearts, including the single “Valleys,” which the band filmed a music video for in Chicago earlier this week. The track-by-track video streams 30 second clips of the first four songs on the new album and reveals artwork.

Watch Part 1 of CLOSE YOUR EYES’ Track-By-Track Now

Part 2 of this video series will premiere on Thursday, 10/6.

Empty Hands and Heavy Hearts is now available for pre-order at the Victory Records Webstore.

For more information on CLOSE YOUR EYES:

http://www.victoryrecords.com/closeyoureyes

http://www.facebook.com/cyeband

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