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[Video Exclusive] The Avett Brothers Present: Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Pr

The Avett Brothers have released a brand new video for the track "Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise" from their most recent album I and Love and You.  The track discusses the temporary nature of our buildings and the inevitable decay that comes with a temporary state of mind. The new video for the song is a spectacular piece of work.  Artist Jason Ryan Mitcham is behind the gorgeous painting animation.  The video was created through the gradual alteration of one painting 2600 times over the course of the 4 minute and 20 second video.  Ten painting alterations occur every second throughout the video. The video not only looks amazing, but visually corresponds to the meaning of the song wonderfully. Watch this brand new exclusive video below! The Avett Brothers have sold over 200,000 copies of their album I and Love and You since its late September release.  The album has a cleaner sound than the rougher blue grassy sound of their earlier work.  This is likely due to all-star producer Rick Rubin getting his fingerprints on the record.  The Avett Brothers are planning to release a Live CD/DVD October 5 while they are still on the road promoting I and Love and You this summer.

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07/16/2010 7:38AM
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