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Hearts of Palms: the farewell footage

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Man, has it been almost a month already since Hearts of Palms reconvened for a pair of back-to-back shows at the hi-dive? Guess so. Evidently, it's been long enough for the dynamic duo known as Locker Partners to piece together a trio of super slick videos that are poignant and well produced (natch -- we'd expect nothing less from Emily Crenshaw and Mary Grace Legg) captured over the course both unforgettable evenings. What was it Cinderella once sang? Don't know what you've got til it's gone? *Sigh* Indeed, friends. Indeed. Check out the other two clips after the jump.

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