Kissing Cousins Unfortunate End is available right now as a cd / double 7″ / or get the download directly from us  :  www.velvetbluemusic.com
Their brand new video is  here. It’s pretty cheeky ‘tough girl, but in a fun kind of way’.  We think you’ll like it !
They start their tour tomorrow too, so be sure to check out the dates below.


Kissing Cousins

06/02  Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo w/ Tape Deck Mountain
06/03  Santa Cruz, CA @ Cafe Pergolesi
06/04  San Jose, CA @ Monolith Studios
06/05  Santa Cruz, CA @ Pride Festival (2:30 PM)
06/05  San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop (8:30 PM) w/ Winter’s Fall, Birds & Batteries
06/07  Portland, OR @ Ash Street Saloon
06/08  Seattle, WA @ Comet Tavern
06/09  Vancouver, BC @ Railway Club
06/10  Bellevue, WA @ Ground Zero
06/12  Culver City @ Mandrake Bar (video party)
06/16  Irvine, CA @ KUCI – Guest DJ’s
06/17  San Diego, CA @ Che Cafe
06/19  Long Beach, CA @ Alex’s Bar w/ Lakes
06/20  Los Angeles, CA @ Silverlake Lounge

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