A Shoreline Dream shifts into "Hypermode" for new record

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I'll tell you what -- those guys from A Shoreline Dream have sure got their poop in a group. Just had a chance to screen their latest promo video featuring "Hypermode," a track from their forthcoming album, Recollections of Memory, which is set to drop on Tuesday, February 10. Nicely done, fellas. The clip, posted after the jump, was shot and edited in house by the band over the course of five days. True to form, the outfit, which was just written up last week in Wired, is not waiting around idly for someone else to do its bidding. And from the looks of it, they're continuing to do just fine on their own.

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