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It’s been a pretty nostalgic week for a lot of reasons, and today has brought with it a few pieces of news that all seem to point firmly back to the mid 1990s. 311 provided a lot of soundtrack for those years, and on June 23rd, they’ll release their latest album, MOSAIC, via BMG. Today comes a new music video, “Too Much To Think,” which can be viewed below…

“‘Too Much To Think’ is a song about the highs & lows of life–and seeking an escape from every day stresses,” says 311 lead-singer/songwriter NICK HEXUM. “It was great to film this video at Vasquez Rocks outside Los Angeles. It’s such a magical setting and not surprising that they’ve shot so many iconic movies & TV shows out there.”

On MOSAIC311 worked with producer John Feldmann (Blink-182, Panic! At The Disco) as well as Scotch Ralston (who produced the group’s iconic Transistor, Soundsystem and Stereolithic albums). Feldmann’s own Goldfinger just announced a new record, The Knife, on which 311’s Nick Hexum lends some guest vocals.

Check out for details on the band’s summer tour and more.

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