THE END: 'Throwing Stones' Video To Premier On Music Choice

THE END's video for "Throwing Stones" will premier, starting today, exclusively on Music Choice, the No. 1 on-demand music network in the country. The "Throwing Stones" video is now available for viewing anytime, however often, at no charge through Music Choice On Demand, which is available in millions of digital cable homes across the country — including Comcast, Time Warner, and Cox homes. It is also available to high-speed Internet/broadband customers with access to Music Choice's free broadband music site. Go to Music Choice on your cable "On Demand" menu or visit for more information.

"Throwing Stones", the first video from THE END's acclaimed new album "Elementary", was shot in Toronto, ON with director Jeff Schevin for Soft Citizen (TV ON THE RADIO, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979, ALEXISONFIRE, CONTROLLER.CONTROLLER) and producer Dallas Dyer. "Throwing Stones", as well as other "Elementary" tracks, can be heard now via the band's MySpace page.


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