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Wentworth Kersey's new video is an alpine slide ride to a free album

The final EP in the Wentworth Kersey trilogy, ((O)), has arrived and, like its predecessors, it's a well-wrought selection of dusty, shoegazing ambient Americana. To celebrate its release, Wentworth Kersey have made it very easy for you to get a free copy of the disc. All you have to do is watch the video for "Oxbow" embedded above and follow a few simple instructions...

In the video, which features some good times on an alpine slide, captured in fine, lo-fi glory by filmmakers Jason Iselin and Chad Thomas, you'll find a hidden phone number. You're going to want to send a text message to that phone number with your name, address and the letters "WK" (you know, like Wentworth Kersey). Oh, and you're going to want to be one of the first thirty folks to do so...

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If you don't make it in under the cutoff, there's still hope. Just like the previous Wentworth Kersey releases, you can grab a free copy for a limited time at St. Mark's Coffeehouse, (2019 East 17th Avenue). That offer is good starting today and running through September 6.

Of course, you could always just buy it, too -- it's currently available at all your typical music retailing outlets online, including the Wentworth Kersey ((O)) EP's Bandcamp page, where you can hear the whole thing for free. We've helpfully embedded the player for you, below, so you can see how lovely it is for yourself. Enjoy!

<a href="http://wentworthkersey.bandcamp.com/album/o-3">Burned Out Knees by Wentworth Kersey</a>

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