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Two vids from yesterday's Sea Wolf rooftop show

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Sea Wolf played right around this time yesterday. They were great (photo essay here). Unfortunately our cameraman was not. He had been drinking, and it appears the camera that he spent a fortune on isn't so great. And neither is the Google Video uploading compression ratio.

Fortunately you get the gist of what it was like on the roof of Dangerbird Records as Sea Wolf played "The Garden You Planted" (above) and a new tune (after the jump).

"The Garden You Planted" comes off the EP Get to the River Before it Runs Low, which we cannot recommend highly enough.

Sea Wolf plays on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic tomorrow at 11:15am, and at the Echo tomorrow night and will hit the road with the Silversun Pickups next month.

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