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Our producer and great friend Paul Leavitt (Reach for the Sun, War Paint, Golden Record, and much more) came out to The Mother Nature Tour at The Metro Gallery in Baltimore last year to record our set. He ran a board recording, and later mixed and mastered it for us. We decided to keep this raw and unedited, without any overdubs; just The Dangerous Summer in a tiny sweaty Baltimore venue screaming alongside their best friends. We have been debating on the best way to release this special piece of music, and finally decided to release it on our website and all streaming platforms on August 14th, with the money going to a cause that is extremely close to Paul Leavitt. Paul and his wife Cody had a son Casey pass away of SIDS 5 days before his first birthday (July 10th would have been his 8th birthday). Through Paul, we have learned that The Center for Infant and Child Loss has recently lost all of their federal funding and are now solely relying on fundraisers to keep them afloat. This is a very important resource for families like the Leavitts who are grieving the unbelievable loss of a child. In Casey's memory we will be donating all proceeds to the CICL. Please help us spread the word, and visit https://www.infantandchildloss.org to give more. - This will also hit streaming platforms on August 14th via Hopeless Records, and they will be donating proceeds from this release for the first 3 months.

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The Dangerous Summer Live in Baltimore 2019

The Dangerous Summer

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Intro 0:35

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Bring Me Back To Life 4:12

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Where I Want To Be 4:20

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Catholic Girls 4:09

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Ghosts 4:53

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Luna 4:01

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No One's Gonna Need You More 5:31

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This Is Life 4:07

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Where Were You When The Sky Opened Up 4:56

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Starting Over Slow Down 7:12

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Color 4:16

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Northern Lights 5:28

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The Permanent Rain 5:26

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Never Feel Alone 5:57

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Way Down 4:22

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Infinite 5:10

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

Our producer and great friend Paul Leavitt (Reach for the Sun, War Paint, Golden Record, and much more) came out to The Mother Nature Tour at The Metro Gallery in Baltimore last year to record our set. He ran a board recording, and later mixed and mastered it for us. We decided to keep this raw and unedited, without any overdubs; just The Dangerous Summer in a tiny sweaty Baltimore venue screaming alongside their best friends. We have been debating on the best way to release this special piece of music, and finally decided to release it on our website and all streaming platforms on August 14th, with the money going to a cause that is extremely close to Paul Leavitt. Paul and his wife Cody had a son Casey pass away of SIDS 5 days before his first birthday (July 10th would have been his 8th birthday). Through Paul, we have learned that The Center for Infant and Child Loss has recently lost all of their federal funding and are now solely relying on fundraisers to keep them afloat. This is a very important resource for families like the Leavitts who are grieving the unbelievable loss of a child. In Casey's memory we will be donating all proceeds to the CICL. Please help us spread the word, and visit https://www.infantandchildloss.org to give more. - This will also hit streaming platforms on August 14th via Hopeless Records, and they will be donating proceeds from this release for the first 3 months.

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