Exclusive video: Redwood Sessions with Learning Team

Back in August, Bellingham band Learning Team hit the road on their west coast tour and stopped to play in Everett on their way south. Their show in Everett was my first introduction to Learning Team and I fell in love instantly. Since then I never miss a chance to see them perform live.

Well Christmas came early to this blogger because the guys from Learning Team just sent me a video from their Redwood Sessions that they shot in the forest on their summer tour. This is an exclusive What Radio? release which I imagine has to do with all the love these guys got when they played in Everett, but I’m speculating.

Learning Team is currently working on a new record and will be getting a Kickstarter.com campaign going in a week or so to help them finish. That is one project I will definitely be contributing to and after watching this video I couldn’t be more excited to get my hands on their new project.

Here is the video and if you wish to keep up with Learning Team and their Kickstarter progress and news about the new record follow along on their Facebook page.

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