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ESPN TEAMS UP WITH SWITCHFOOT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT FOR EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE OF SONGS FROM THE NEW ALBUM, VICE VERSES, COMING OUT SEPTEMBER 27, 2011

ESPN and multiplatinum rock band Switchfoot have teamed up to celebrate with millions of college football fans for the debut of five songs from Switchfoot’s new album, Vice Verses.  ESPN will debut the songs from new album during this Saturday’s Oklahoma at Florida State game on ABC’s Saturday Night Football at 8 p.m. ET.  The telecast will also feature Switchfoot’s new video of the first single “Dark Horses.”

In conjunction with the premiere, ESPN will host an exclusive stream for fans to be the first to hear the entire Vice Verses album on ESPN.com, which includes a link to a contest for winners to attend the Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena to watch the game with Switchfoot on January 2, 2012. Check out the stream at the link below:

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/thelife/music/news/story?id=6944961

“To have our new album debuted during college football is something we never thought possible.  There’s no greater thrill than to watch a college football game with one of our songs supporting the action.  We’re all honored to partner with the great people at ESPN sharing our combined passion for sports and music,” says Jon Foreman, Switchfoot.

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