THE ALMOST POST A NEW SONG “WRONG” ONLINE
Track Off The Upcoming “Monster Monster” Deluxe Edition and EP Streaming Now

A new song from The Almost entitled “Wrong” is streaming now on the band’s MySpace page.

The song is off of the band’s upcoming releases, the MONSTER MONSTER DELUXE EDITION and MONSTER MONSTER EP which will be available October 25th.

The MONSTER MONSTER DELUXE EDITION will be available online digitally only and will feature all 12 songs on the original MONSTER MONSTER album released in 2009, as well as five additional songs and four music videos.

Also available will be the MONSTER MONSTER EP which will feature the five additional songs and the four videos that are included on the deluxe edition. The EP will be available both digitally and physically: online and at shows.

The MONSTER MONSTER EP is currently available for pre-order at The Almost Online Store and the Tooth & Nail Store.

The band is currently out on the Hello Hurricane Tour with Switchfoot before heading out on a headline run with Seabird, Ivoryline and Colours. A full listing of dates and details is available on The Almost’s MySpace page.

The Almost have turned a solo-project into a full-fledged band. Their latest album MONSTER MONSTER is completely collaborative effort, melding their talents into a whole that was more than the sum of its individual parts. Together they’ve created music that combines radio-ready rock, 80’s new wave, classic garage punk and more. The album is their sophomore full-length, following 2007’s SOUTHERN WEATHER.

The Almost is Aaron Gillespie (Vocals), Dusty Redmon (Guitar), Jay Vilardi (Guitar), Alex Aponte (Bass) and Joe Musten (Drums).
For more information visit:
www.thealmost.com
www.myspace.com/thealmost
www.facebook.com/thealmost
www.twitter.com/thealmost

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