CHECK OUT THE NEW SONG
“LONELY WHEEL”
TODAY @ 6 PM EST
on
myspace.com/thealmost

CHAT WITH THE BAND
ON MONDAY, 9/21 @ 8 PM EST
on
www.absolutepunk.net

SEE THE ALMOST ON TOUR

9/23/09 – St. Petersburg, FL
9/24/09 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
9/25/09 – Gainsville, FL
9/26/09 – Columbia, SC
9/27/09 – Douglasville, GA
9/29/09 – Charlotte, NC
9/30/09 – Nashville, TN
10/1/09 – Memphis, TN
10/2/09 – Oklahoma City, OK
10/3/09 – San Antonio, TX
10/5/09 – Tuscon, AZ
10/6/09 – San Diego, CA
10/8/09 – Anaheim, CA
10/9/09 – Las Vegas, NV
10/10/09 – Salt Lake City, UT
10/11/09 – Denver, CO
10/13/09 – Minneapolis, MN
10/14/09 – Kansas City, MO
10/16/09 – Chicago, IL
10/17/09 – Detroit, MI
10/18/09 – St. Louis, MO
10/20/09 – Toronto, ON
10/21/09 – Montreal, QC
10/23/09 – Boston, MA
10/24/09 – Baltimore, MD
10/25/09 – Washington, DC
10/27/09 – New York, NY
10/28/09 – Philadelphia, PA
10/30/09 – Myrtle Beach, SC
10/31/09 – Orlando, FL
11/01/09 – Atlanta, GA
11/03/09 – New Orleans, LA
11/05/09 – Dallas, TX
11/06/09 – Houston, TX
11/07/09 – Austin, TX
11/09/09 – Phoenix, AZ
11/10/09 – Los Angeles, CA
11/11/09 – San Francisco, CA
11/13/09 – Seattle, WA
11/14/09 – Portland, OR

Monster EP + Monster Monster
preorder on sale Oct 6! Album hits stores on 11/3

Also, a little FYI from our friends at ALLALOM Music:
Matthew Schwartz (aka PACIFICO) is going on tour as the keyboardist / backing vox for the Almost, and once that tour ends he will be doing a week long string of solo dates through out the NW…

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