Mac case company Incase sponsors this series of acoustic performances, which includes sessions from High Places, Puro Instinct, and Abe Vigoda. This new one from Ted Leo includes a song that, according to Matador, got cut from The Brutalist Bricks. I’m not sure why — his voice sounds great as it travels up and down this bright song. But the clip’s lighting makes it seem like he’s going to tell a ghost story next. This live performance is directed by Jason Farrell. Watch:

Check out Ted Leo doing “One Polaroid A Day” in a tent at Incase’s Room 205 website. They’re also premiering a third video from Leo’s session on June 20.

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  1. Ugh. I could’ve done without the Tony Scott-style editing.

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