The Prids can’t seem to stay home ! The Prids are a touring machine, and we like that !  You must go see them live. Dates at the bottom. And you know the new record is available as a beautiful red 12″ vinyl too right ?
The new Prids video is amazing too, it’s here.  Photos, bio, songs, cover, quotes, here. Free download track here.  Video #3 of 10 will be here oh so soon.
Get a FREE tour poster : Order the Prids ‘Chronosynclastic’ on cd or lp and we’ll send you a free tour poster (just type ‘poster’ in the comment section of your order)
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10/02   Lincoln, NE @ Duffy’s – Lincoln Calling Festival
10/04   Chicago, IL @ Darkroom
10/06   Columbus, OH @ Carabar
10/08   Brooklyn, NY @ Spike Hill
10/09   Manhattan, NY @ The Delancey
10/10   Manhattan, NY @ Home Sweet Home (Mistina DJ’s)
10/13   Atlanta, GA @ The 529
10/15   St. Joseph, MO @ Club 107
10/16   Kansas City, MO @ Crosstown Station
10/17   Norman, OK @ Opolis
10/18   Albuquerque, NM @ Low Spirits
10/20   Boise, ID @ Visual Arts Collective
10/31   Portland, OR @ The Agenda

The Prids   Chronosynclastic cd / lp / digital
available here.


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