Comfort for Change: New Video, Songs, Guitarist and Street Team

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New video. New album. New guitarist. New street team. What doesn't Comfort for Change have up their sleeves these days? The guys recently posted a new video on their MySpace page and have announced that they will post some new songs in August from their forthcoming album to the page. And if you haven't heard, they also added a new guitarist, longtime band friend Boris Radovic, to the lineup after guitarist Anthony Gabuzzi left to pursue a career in music in a different direection.

"We are pretty excited to be working with him," the band states in a MySpace blog. "He is a great musician and will add a style to our songs that we don't think you will see coming but will enjoy it that much more."

If you're a fan of the band, the guys are looking for members for their new streett team to help them promote the band and their shows. You can sign up here.


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