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Arts and Entertainment

The Dead Trees Make a Video "Love Letter" to L.A.

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Waifish women diving into pools under moonlit skies, a chopper hovering over the Hollywood sign, getting wacky in a fast food parking lot, and daytrippin' in the desert. You know, a slice of life in L.A. Boston-born band The Dead Trees have made a video for "Back to L.A." that serves as a "love letter" to their adopted home city. Check it out, and see how many landmarks you recognize.

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