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Video: Surfer Blood Covers Neutral Milk Hotel's "Two-Headed Boy"

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Haven't gotten enough Surfer Blood between New Times' recent feature on the band, its homecoming shows at both the Vagabond and Propaganda, and its places on a bunch of year-end best-of-2009 lists? Can't wait until the Palm Beach County boys open for Monotonix at Respectable Street on the 27th? Well, here's a video of the band playing an acoustic cover of Neutral Milk Hotel's "Two-Headed Boy." It was shot by frequent New Times/Crossfade photographer extraordinaire, Ian Witlen, in the headquarters for local gig resource theHoneyComb.com. You can check out more clips in coming days on his YouTube channel, under user name IanWitlenPhotography.

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