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Gideon have just released the video for “Virtue,” the first single from their Facedown Records’ debut Costs (Mar 2011). Gideon were ranked among Alternative Press Magazine’s “100 Bands To Know in 2011” and they continue to make their mark with an appearance at last month’s Facedown Fest and now releasing their debut video directed by Drew Russ. The video for “Virtue” is streaming at the band’s Facebook profile now: http://www.facebook.com/GideonAL

Gideon will be playing a benefit show Friday, June 3rd with all proceeds going to help five families in the Birmingham community that lost everything in the recent tornado. Details on that show can be seen here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=169954103061368
The band also has an exclusive shirt design available in the Facedown online store, proceeds from all sales of the shirt to benefit the families as well. Pick one up in a bundle with the new cd for just $5 more. http://facedown.merchnow.com/catalogs/Gideon

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