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A first look at Fell's new video for "Dust On Countertops"

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As you know, there's a staggering amount of talent in Denver right now. We're consistently reminded of this fact on a daily basis. One of the acts continually impresses us is Fell, who is celebrating the release of its new record, Incoherent Lullabies, tonight at the Larimer Lounge on a stacked bill that also includes Astrophagus, Peña and Tangible Stereo. We just got a peek at the band's brand new video for the song "Dust On Countertops," which we've posted after the jump for your perusal. The clip, written and produced by Bryan Romero and shot, directed and edited by Chris Hall, centers on the tumultuous relationship of a couple played by Evan Bowles (who bears a striking resemblance to Vinnie Fasano) and Heather Genevieve Baden. Have a look and then pick up Lullabies this evening. Oh and if you haven't already, feel free to download the title track from Fell's previous record, A Farewell to Echoes.

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