New York based Americana trio Ten Ton Man releases new music video "Fine Line", which premieres on Sound of Confusion music blog. "Fine Line" is the second single off the group's new three-track Chunk of Change EP that was released earlier on April 8, 2014.
Set in a bawdy, back-alley theatre, the video features world-famous burlesque dancer Dirty Martini who smothers a man to death as Ten Ton Man performs their song "Fine Line" in the background. Frontman and band creator Paul Livornese wrote the song as a metaphor for addiction. He sings in his signature deep baritone: It's the tagline / Of this old crime / It's my new bride / For the tenth time / She looks so fine / This century's mine... There's a fine line / To a grand time.
Chunk of Change is out now available Here
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