The Swellers have posted 15 new "personalized" acoustic songs online at PureVolume as free downloads. The project emerged as a reaction to the song selling venture launched by Say Anything frontman Max Bemis earlier this summer (cough). Fans wrote into the Swellers with two paragraphs describing a personal problem, which the band turned into songs (for free) over the course of a week.
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