The Wichita, KS, based alt-rockers Abandon Kansas released their new album, entitled Alligator, a couple of weeks ago through Bad Christian Music. Fans can stream Alligator in its entirety for free before purchasing it courtesy of Bad Christian Music here.

Last Thursday, they released a new lyric video for “What You Meant,” track 8 off Alligator, which can be seen above.

To coincide with the album’s release a couple of weeks ago, they also released the music video to the album’s title track, which can be seen here.

Stream Alligator here.

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About Abandon Kansas:
What began as an inside joke (a band in Kansas) over eight years ago, has resulted in two (now three!) full-length albums and three EPs. Abandon Kansas released its first independent album in 2007, You Build A Wall, I’ll Build A Ladder, playing over 250 shows a year before signing a deal with Gotee Records in 2009. While with Gotee, the band released the ‘We’re All Going Somewhere’ EP and a second full-length in 2011, Ad Astra Per Aspera. The group has toured with bands like House of Heroes, The Classic Crime and Showbread while playing over 1,500 headlining shows in the U.S.

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