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Cold Specks releases new video

Cold Specks releases new video

by Matt Korman, 15 May 2012

24-year-old singer-songwriter Al Spx, better known as Cold Specks, debuted her ‘Winter Solstice’ video from her upcoming first full-length LP I Predict a Graceful Expulsion. The video focuses on Spx’s upbringing, as one of seven children, expected to attend law-school.

You can check out the reflective video below, via Rolling Stone, and grab I Predict a Graceful Expulsion 22 May.

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