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Alagoas Announces New Album Release 11/25

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Alagoas Announces New Album Release 11/25

Alagoas announces the release of their highly anticipated debut album, due out on Tuesday November 25th. Their first single "Brighton" has already received critical acclaim for its moving music video that tells the true story of a young couple who move to a farm in Pennsylvania.

Stay tuned for the World Premiere of the new single "The Weather" coming next week.  

Buy the album today: http://smarturl.it/ALAGOAS

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Interview Magazine Debuts New Alagoas Single "Ghosts"

Interview Magazine Debuts New Alagoas Single "Ghosts"

As part of their Music Discovery series, Interview Magazine debuted "Ghosts" the second single off of Alagoas' upcoming release Bird Alert. Interview's Ilana Kaplan notes the power of the song, saying:

"Good luck getting the insanely catchy "Ghosts," by Alagoas, out of your head (not that you'll want to)... The track hits the heart with an upbeat, yet nostalgic look at the world."

She caught up with the members band and discussed everything from their creative process to their close relationship with the Brazilian state they derive their name from. 

Click here to read the full interview.

Huffington Post Calls Alagoas Video "One of the Most Uplifting Videos Ever"

Huffington Post Calls Alagoas Video "One of the Most Uplifting Videos Ever"

Along with being named a Vimeo Staff pick earlier this year, the video was picked up by Huffington Post today. Here's what they had to say:

This is one of the most uplifting music videos we think we've ever seen.

Produced by Public Record, a Brooklyn-based filmmaker collective, the clip tells the true story of a starry-eyed young couple, Lincoln and Hilary, who move out of the city to start a farm in rural Pennsylvania. However, they are set back when Lincoln is diagnosed with cancer. (Don't worry; the video has a happy ending.)

The footage used in the video was taken from an unreleased documentary called "We Live Outside," according to the video's description.

Set to the song "Brighton" by Brooklyn-based indie rock band Alagoas, the video is guaranteed to make you break out in warm, tingly goosebumps -- if not tears.

Click here to read the article and watch the video.