Letter to the Exiles have just released a video for “The Greater Hands of Lesser Sons” from their new album Make Amends. Directed by James Appleton, the video also features Facedown alum Erich Barto of Alove for Enemies.

Check out “The Greater Hands of Lesser Sons” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uADqdcrw28

You can catch Letter to the Exiles on the Remember My Name Tour with One Year Later. Dates below.

Tour Dates

Sep 15 – Horseheads, NY @ iMatter Fest

Sep 16 – Cortlandt Manor, NY @ Popeye’s

Oct 04 – Nutley, NJ @ Radiant

Oct 05 – Brookfield, CT @ The Room

Oct 06 – Albany, NY @ The Edge

Oct 07 – Sicklerville, NY @ The JumpZone

Oct 08 – Crofton, MC @ The Macc

Oct 12 – Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ

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