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    Watch: Punch Brothers Perform "Three Dots and a Dash" from New Album, "All Ashore"
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    Punch Brothers, whose new album, All Ashore, is due July 20, performed the instrumental track "Three Dots and a Dash" at Layman Drug Company in Nashville for a new video made by Alex Chaloff. You can watch that performance below. The album track may be downloaded instantly, along with the song "It's All Part of the Plan," with pre-orders of the album at iTunes, the Punch Brothers Store, and the Nonesuch Store. (You can watch a performance of "It's All Part of the Plan" from the same video sessions here.) Nonesuch Store pre-orders also include an exclusive, limited-edition print signed by the band.

    Following their return to Telluride Bluegrass Festival this past weekend, from which they also performed on the public radio show Live From Here, hosted by Chris Thile, the band is back on the radio this coming weekend to perform on the season finale of Live From Here, broadcast from Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts; also on the show this weekend are Nonesuch label mates Lake Street Dive. Punch Brothers kick off their summer tour in Charleston on July 12. For details and tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Watch: Punch Brothers Perform "Three Dots and a Dash" from New Album, "All Ashore"

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Punch Brothers performed "Three Dots and a Dash," from their forthcoming album, All Ashore, at Nashville's Layman Drug Company for a new video made by Alex Chaloff; watch it here. Get the album track now, along with the song "It's All Part of the Plan," when you pre-order the album. The band performs on the season finale of Live From Here, along with Lake Street Dive, this Saturday, and kicks off a summer tour on July 12.

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Punch Brothers, whose new album, All Ashore, is due July 20, performed the instrumental track "Three Dots and a Dash" at Layman Drug Company in Nashville for a new video made by Alex Chaloff. You can watch that performance below. The album track may be downloaded instantly, along with the song "It's All Part of the Plan," with pre-orders of the album at iTunes, the Punch Brothers Store, and the Nonesuch Store. (You can watch a performance of "It's All Part of the Plan" from the same video sessions here.) Nonesuch Store pre-orders also include an exclusive, limited-edition print signed by the band.

Following their return to Telluride Bluegrass Festival this past weekend, from which they also performed on the public radio show Live From Here, hosted by Chris Thile, the band is back on the radio this coming weekend to perform on the season finale of Live From Here, broadcast from Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts; also on the show this weekend are Nonesuch label mates Lake Street Dive. Punch Brothers kick off their summer tour in Charleston on July 12. For details and tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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