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Punk goes acoustic, without a shitty Fearless Records comp
Two things:

First, I finally sat down and actually listened to Frank Turner, former singer for British hardcore band Million Dead turned singer-songwriter. His latest album, Love Ire & Song is goddamned awesome. Please don't be like me and continue to miss out on this wonderful album. Go. Listen now.

Second, the Suburban Home Records Tour is kicking off at the end of July. Dates are here. On 8/17, Austin Lucas will be hitting the Middle East upstairs with Jon Snodgrass (Drag the River) and Two Cow Garage. Come on down! These guys are doing some of the best underground alt-country out there. Austin's Somebody Loves You LP is one of my favorite albums of the year.

AND TO TIE IT ALL TOGETHER: I also got in the mail today Suburban Home's 8th Under the Influence 7", featuring Frank Turner covering Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road," and Austin Lucas tackling Dolly Parton's "To Daddy." It rules.

Tunes: Frank Turner - Thunder Road

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