Last week we released The Prids video for Waste Our Time is here.        Today the fine folks at Magnet debut the prids video for I’ll Wait here.  It’s the 5th video from Chronosynclastic !  +  they are back on tour, dates are below.
The Prids Chronosynclastic is available from us as cd / lp / download here.  LP is 180 gram red vinyl w/ download card.
Dates :
08/20  Ft. Worth, TX @ Lola’s
09/09  Dallas, TX @ Dada w/ Telegraph Canyon
09/13  Jackson, MS @ Sneaky Beans
09/15  Memphis, TN @ Hi-Tone
09/16  Nashville, TN @ The Basement
09/17  Jackson, TN @ Barefoot Joes
09/29  Denton, TX @ Dan’s Silverleaf
09/30  Ft. Worth, TX @ Ft. Worth Music Festival
10/05  Opelika, AL @ Eighth and Rail
10/07  Decatur, GA @ Eddie’s Attic
10/08  Athens, GA @ Caledonia Lounge
10/09  Knoxville, TN @ Preservation Pub

08/20  San Francisco, CA @ Parkside
08/21  Oakland, CA @ New Parish

08/02 Boise, ID @ Visual Arts Collective
08/05 Lincoln, NE @ Zoo Bar (early 6pm show)
08/05 Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown
08/07 Chicago, IL @ Darkroom
08/08 Indianapolis, IN @ The Bishop
08/09 Asheville, NC @ Pulp
08/10 Washington DC @ Black Cat
08/11 New York, NY @ Pianos
08/13 Brooklyn, NY @ Public Assembly
08/14 Boston, MA @ Middle East
08/15 Philly, PA @ Terri’s Bar
08/17 St. Joseph, MO @ The Rendezvous
08/18 Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar
08/19 Oklahoma City, OK @ Conservatory
08/20 Alb., NM @ Burt’s Tiki Lounge
08/22 Los Angeles, CA @ Bordello
08/23 San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
10/21 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir

08/18 San Francisco, CA @ El Rio

MIKE SEMPERT (of Birds & Batteries, solo shows)
09/10 Sonoma, CA @ Bottle Rocket Festival
09/16 Davis, CA @ Sophia’s Thai Kitchen
09/17 San Francisco, CA @ Rock Make Street Festival


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