The best thing about doing these Open Bar editions of FADER TV at Heathers is watching bands figure out how to perform in cramped spaces with nothing but the equipment they brought with them, after we've crammed them into unwieldy corners and given them beers. In this episode with Florida's own Holiday Shores, singer Nathan Pemberton's voice cracks, a guitar comes unplugged and occasionally the music drowns out the vocals, but it is still awesome. Awesome enough, in fact, that dudes on the street stopped and watched. One guy even tried to steal the band away from their label. Dubious! Check it out and then buy their jamming new album Columbus'd the Whim when it comes out August 4th on Twosyllable Records. Bonus beat: the band also made a video for first single "Phones Don't Feud," which makes us never ever want to go to Florida because that place looks like it might be haunted.