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Watch the Frightnrs’ New “Nothing More to Say” Video

Last month, Queens, New York reggae band the Frightnrs released their debut album Nothing More to Say via Daptone Records. The LP was recorded throughout summer 2015. Months later, lead singer Dan Klein was diagnosed with ALS. He passed away in June. Today, the band have shared the video for their album’s title track. In it, Klein and the band record at Daptone and Maherhaus (their home base, where they wrote the record), and perform at the Lake.
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