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Gloriana, Jane Dear Girls become Hot Topic

Thursday, September 2, 2010 – Gloriana and The Jane Dear Girls are featured in the back-to-school campaign for Hot Topic entitled "When Music And Fashion Collide." Hot Topic, a retailer in trendy teen clothing, wanted to involve a diverse group of music artists to help highlight their store as the destination for music during the busiest shopping time of the year.

Gloriana and the Girls along with 15 other music artists (among them Mike Posner), had a photo shoot with Hot Topic Apparel, which is featured on the site and can be seen on posters in all 680 stores across the country. Fans can purchase exclusive Gloriana Hot Topic merchandise at stores and at http://tinyurl.com/HTgloriana. For behind the scenes footage of the band's photo shoot look book, go to www.hottopic.com/hottopic/BackToSchool.jsp

Gloriana is currently out on the road on their Long Hot Summer Tour 2010 making stops at major Fairs and Festivals across the country through mid-September.


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