The Prids ‘Chronosynclastic’ out tomorrow ! ! !
The Prids ‘Chronosynclastic’ is out !   +  The band hits the road, be sure to check out their tour dates below.
Want to see them at one of the shows  ?  Want to interview them ?  Need photos, MP3’s,  ANYTHING ……   let me know ….     velvet.blue@verizon.net
If you’re on this list you should have been sent a copy of the record, if not, super let me know !
Bunch of links and tour dates below.
Thanks,
Jeff / Velvet Blue Music
Songs, photo, bio, tour dates, quotes, etc  : www.velvetbluemusic.com/prids
Or read some recent reviews / interviews / etc :
Go see them on the road :
6/11 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
6/12 San Francisco, CA @ Hemlock Tavern
6/13 Oakland, CA @ Death Rock Dive Bar
6/15 Los Angeles, CA @ Silver Lake Lounge w/ Kissing Cousins
6/16 San Diego, CA @ Radio Room
6/17 Scottsdale, AZ @ Rogue Bar
6/18 Alb., NM @ Burt’s Tiki Lounge
6/19 Dallas, TX @ The Cavern
6/20 Austin, TX @ Emos
6/21 Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar
6/23 Iowa City, IA @ Yacht Club
6/25 Chicago, IL @ Darkroom
6/26 Columbus, OH @ Skullys
6/27 Manhattan, NY @ Cakeshop
6/29 Brooklyn, NY @ Death by Audio
6/30 Brooklyn, NY @ Bell House
7/01 Cincinnati, OH @ Mayday
7/03 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon Theater
7/06 Denver, CO @ Hi Dive
7/08 Boise, ID @ Neurolux

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