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– Free Digital EP Out Now
* Download If You Could Get Over Me
* Shows with Jim Ward
* Appearing at Invisible Children Benefit

One Small Step For
(Tallahassee, F.L.) is now offering its new acoustic EP,
If You Could Get Over
, for free digital download.
Snag your copy here.

The download includes six brand-new songs, plus an eight-page booklet with art and design by the incomparable Jerrod Landon Porter. JLP also redesigned the band’s myspace page…which normally I wouldn’t mention (because myspace sucks it) but it’s worth checking out for the animated graphic of Kevin riding his bike around the city.

In other news, One Small Step For Landmines is playing five shows in Australia with Jim Ward (Sleepercar / Sparta) beginning tomorrow. For everyone else – or at least those of you on the West Coast – the band will also be playing the Invisible Children Benefit Concert in Hollywood, C.A. on December 19th. The show will feature acoustic performances from Dustin Kensrue (Thrice), Chris Conley (Saves The Day), Jon Foreman (Switchfoot) and Jim Ward.

DEC 06 – Melbourne, Australia @ Bang! w/ Jim Ward
DEC 09 – Sydney, Australia @ Annandale Hotel w/ Jim Ward
DEC 11 – Cornulla, Australia @ Brass Monkey w/ Jim Ward
DEC 12 – Bulli, Australia @ Heritage w/ Jim Ward
DEC 13 – Brisbane, Australia @ Thriller w/ Jim Ward
DEC 19 – Hollywood, CA @ The Troubadour / Invisible Children Benefit

One Small Step For Landmines released the digital single Good Men Die Young And I’m Not Feeling Well in July of this year while its debut Self-titled full-length came out in September of 07. The band is currently writing and recording songs for a new long-player due out in 2009.

One Small Step For Landmines have done something very, very right.For The Sound
A prime example of how to promote joy and quality in pop music, two essential qualities often forgotten.New-Noise
Landmines churns out fun, straight ahead rock, but there is a deeper significance to their work that makes this so compelling.Jersey Beat
An astonishingly energetic and fresh piece of work that makes the overwrought whining of the haircut bands look irrelevant and tired.Subba-Cultcha
Boasting pleasantly unexpected complexities – off-kilter drumbeats, bittersweet melodies and a certain battered charm – watch out for this trio.Rock Sound

About bobvinyl

bobvinyl, writer and co-editor of No Song is an Island, founded its predecessor, Rock and Roll and Meandering Nonsense (whose archives are found here), in 2005 and served as editor and principal contributor until it went on hiatus in 2010. He has also been published in AMP and Loud Fast Rules! (in print) as well as Glide and FensePost on the web. He has been an avid record collector since he was seven years old and enjoys sharing his love of music from the common to the esoteric.

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