The 2 songs were inspired by the work of the charity Water Hope.  All proceeds from the sales of the songs will be donated to Water Hope to help their fight in providing clean, safe water for the 1.1 billion people that don’t have access to it on a daily basis.

GET THE 2 SONGS NOW AT:
iTunes: http://bit.ly/qNqOFk
AmazonMP3: http://amzn.to/qyhjmL

100% of whatever we get from these sales goes to a great cause.  Please consider supporting Water Hope and spreading this to your friends.  For more info: www.waterhope.org & for a little more explanation on the songs:  http://youtu.be/2OR3WqSQdRo

We are also pumped to announce tour dates in October with our new friends Boyce Avenue.  All the dates and ticket links are listed below.

Thanks for your continued support in all that we do.  Very excited to get this new record out to you!

10/6/2011    Atlanta, GA        The Loft        http://bit.ly/mw36Bl
10/7/2011    Charlotte, NC   Neighborhood Theatre    http://bit.ly/iOhbBX
10/8/2011    Carrboro, NC    Cat’s Cradle    http://bit.ly/mDcgXK
10/10/2011    Washington, DC    930 Club    http://ticketf.ly/pPy9zk
10/11/2011    Philadelphia, PA    Theatre of Living Arts    http://bit.ly/jYXJ5T
10/13/2011    New York City, NY   Webster Hall    http://bit.ly/iAq9sa
10/14/2011    Boston, MA       Royale     http://bit.ly/kzr7Fh
10/15/2011    Boston, MA       Royale     http://bit.ly/knlvRD
10/17/2011    Ottawa, ON       Bronson     http://bit.ly/mKBXHm
10/18/2011    Montreal, QC   Metropolis      http://bit.ly/lIx0jq
10/19/2011    Toronto, ON       Sound Academy    http://bit.ly/l8XApN
10/21/2011    Chicago, IL       Riviera Theatre    http://bit.ly/mjGM7c
10/22/2011    Ann Arbor, MI   Pease Auditorium    http://bit.ly/mjXguk

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