With Shaking Hands’ Armor Of Light is Out Now, New Music Video Recently Released

Texas’ With Shaking Hands has just released their newest EP Armor Of Light on Bandcamp. The release was recorded and produced by Drew Fulk of Think Sound Studios and is only the start of the band’s budding career. A career that has already included the band playing South By So What and RaleighPalooza.

The has also released the music video for their song “Sons And Daughters” which will be included on their forthcoming full length that they are currently working on and will also be recorded and produced by Drew Fulk. The music video may be found here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x55f4cnU-Y8.

With Shaking Hands’ Armor Of Light (June 10th, 2012)

1. Creation

2. Still Waters

3. Arma Lucis

4. Better Than Gold

5. Absente Lucis

6. Still Waters (Acoustic)

LINKS

http://Facebook.com/withshakinghands
http://Twitter.com/wshTX
http://Stickam.com/withshakinghands
http://WithShakingHandsBand.tumblr.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/WithShakingHands
http://Purevolume.com/withshakinghands

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