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Arbouretum - "Down by the Fall Line" (video)

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Thursday, Apr 2, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

The new video, “Down by the Fall Line”, from Arbouretum’s Song of the Pearl was directed by Joseph Cashiola and it’s a somber black and white affair that suits these recessionary times.


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