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MP3 of the Day: "Friday Night Alone" by Count Your Blessings, at the Talent Farm this Sunday

The Maryland pop-punk quintet Count Your Blessings headlines the Talent Farm this Sunday night as part of its "Hip Shakers and Trouble Makers Tour." Click here to read what Brett Gillin had to say about it in this week's issue of the Broward-Palm Beach New Times.

The band's debut full-length, Like Gum In Your Hair, is out now on Standby Records. Featuring production by Paul Levitt, who's worked with All Time Low and Senses Fail, it's a slick set of 10 tracks that should blow up among the Warped Tour set. Here's one of the disc's brightest songs, the harmony-laden "Friday Night Alone."

MP3: Count Your Blessings - "Friday Night Alone"

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Count Your Blessings, with Honor Bright, Stages and Stereos, and Space Station Five. Sunday, May 17. The Talent Farm, 20911 Johnson St., Ste. 110-111, Pembroke Pines. Tickets cost $10 in advance, $12 day of show. 954-438-3488; thetalentfarm.com

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