Dustin Kensrue’s Christmas music album, This Good Night Is Still Everywhere, is available beginning today for the first time on limited edition vinyl. The solo, mostly–acoustic collection was originally issued as a digital-only release in 2008. This new vinyl edition features two bonus tracks, including a cover of mewithoutYou’s “A Stick, A Carrot & String.” For fans that previously purchased the digital album, the two additional songs will be available for individual download at all digital retailers.

    “I was really excited to be able to put this out on vinyl,” said Kensrue, “especially since we didn’t even have time to release it on CD before.”

    Only 1,000 hand-numbered pieces of vinyl will be pressed and will be split in two colorways – 500 red and 500 green. The package is $15 (plus shipping) and features brand new artwork, liner notes with track descriptions written by Dustin himself, includes a digital download card and can be purchased here: http://www.merchlackey.com/vagrant/index.php?page=655. AbsolutePunk.net is also giving away a pair of tickets to every date on the 2010 Where’s The Band? Tour along with a copy of the limited edition vinyl! Click Here to enter!

    Kensrue, who is also vocalist and guitarist for Southern California’s Thrice, wrote, recorded, and produced This Good Night Is Still Everywhere, while mixing duties were handled by Thrice guitarist Teppei Teranishi.

    In December Kensrue will once again be joining Matt Pryor (The Get Up Kids, The New Amsterdams), Chris Conley (Saves The Day, Two Tongues) and Anthony Raneri (Bayside) for another Where’s The Band? tour on the east coast (see dates below).

    This Good Night Is Still Everywhere track listing:
    1. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
    2. Christmas Blues
    3. Blue Christmas
    4. Fairytale of New York
    5. This Good Night Is Still Everywhere
    6. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
    7. Come, O Come, Emmanuel
    8. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
    9. Holy Night
    10. This Is War
    11. A Stick, A Carrot & String
    12. Oh Come, All Ye Faithful

    Where’s The Band? dates:

    12/08 – Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
    12/09 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
    12/10 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Trocadero
    12/11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
    12/12 – New York, NY @ Highline Ballroom
    Click Here to Purchase Tickets

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