Portland-based folk quartet Fruition is having a great year! The band is gearing up for their newest album, Labor Of Love, to be released on April 22nd on Randm Records. In celebration, the band recently debuted a live video of the album’s title track, “Labor Of Love,” exclusively via L4LM. You can read all about the album and the track here.Today, the band is doubling down on “Labor Of Love,” premiering an official music video for the soulful song. Watch below:
By Dialogo February 05, 2013 Three Colombian police officers were killed in an ambush allegedly set by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), insurgent group that is currently in peace negotiations with the Colombian government in Cuba, reported the law enforcement institution. The attack against the officers occurred on a road 3 km from the city of Maicao, capital of La Guajira district, while driving an undercover police truck. The agents belonged to the counter smuggling unit and were attacked from road side bushes by rifle fire, Colonel Giraldo Taborda, La Guajira Police deputy commander told the press. Chief of Police General José Roberto León, attributed the ambush to the FARC’s 59th Front. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia represent the country’s main guerrilla, with 8,000 members, and which has been in a violent fight for 48 years against the Colombian State. President Juan Manuel Santos’s government has been in peace talks with the rebel group without a ceasefire and, on the contrary, the head of state has ordered the Armed Forces to intensify the confrontation against the rebels. The FARC, which was severely affected by Uribe’s government, also kidnapped two police agents on January 27, in the southwest of the country. The authorities have attributed this incident to the guerrillas, whose delegates claimed from Cuba that they were unaware of the situation.
Simon Mignolet insist Manchester City will hold no fear for Liverpool in the League Cup final.City have been installed as favourites to win the Wembley showdown after securing an aggregate victory against Everton in their semi-final on Wednesday night.But Mignolet is confident his side can deliver the first silverware of Jurgen Klopp’s Anfield reign on February 28.The Belgian goalkeeper, Liverpool’s penalty shoot-out hero in the semi-final win over Stoke, told talkSPORT: “We have to look at our own job and make sure we as Liverpool are ready when it is Wembley time.“You have to make sure you are focused on your own job rather than your opponents.“We know Manchester City have got a very good side with lots of individual quality but if we are at our best we don’t have to worry about any opponent.”